JESSICA IN THE MEDIAS
In this issue of Je Décore magazine, we take a look at the costs involved in renovating a bathroom, using one of our own projects as an example: the black and gold bathroom!
For the year 2023,
Jessica was elected
in the interior
category for Montreal’s South Shore!
This project was a silver winner at the Grand Prix du Design! It was designed since the client worked from home one day a week. Finally, by the time construction is complete and containment is announced, she is happy to be able to use her home office full-time! Let’s just say it’s not embarrassing to do Zooms!
DARE THE COLOR…OR NOT
Unless they live in the woods or high enough that only birds can peek an indiscreet eye at their home, most people want to dress their windows. They are spoiled for choice to make it. Let’s see what is offered to them.
According to interior designer Jessica Locas, the alternating shade, with its modern, urban look, is still popular. Its practical side is undeniable. It enables us to calibrate the lighting in the day and ensures a complete intimacy in the evening, by a simple cord movement that overlays or shifts the horizontal plates.
Solar shades are also a beautiful avenue for those who want to attenuate the too ardent rays of the sun. We choose them with a linen-like texture for a less commercial look, advises the designer.
Locas recommends neutral, fairly light colors for the canvases to keep the interior bright: white, cream, taupe, gray. If you want to have fun, you can do it with the curtains,” she says. They add richness to the room.”
This year, dark and vibrant colors come back strongly. Deep reds, blues and greens,” says Locas. Even rust, a bolder color, is back.
For material, we know it, velvet is omnipresent on podiums as well as in interior design.
”Decoration is often linked to dress fashion.”
— Jessica Locas, interior designer