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Canada's favourite TV decorator is well-known for overcoming the most daunting design challenges. Her most recent, which she's documenting on her latest TV show, Sarah's House 4: lending character and warmth to a cookie-cutter suburban home. In the first of her new weekly columns for Globe Style, Richardson addresses one of the chief - and trickiest - rooms in the house: a large, empty living room in need of glamming up
THE LOOK I need rooms designed for entertaining with sophisticated elegance. Since the living room is supposed to be a salon, it needs to appear properly appointed. I’m not into fabrics that can’t stand up to family life, but a little polish and a nod to glamour are always important.
WHERE TO BUY Channel-back side chair, FOC (www.focit.ca). Daybed, GH Johnson’s (www.ghjohnsontrading.com). Fiona sofa, (www.sarahrichardsondesign.com). Rounded-back tub chairs, Queen West Antiques (www.qwac.ca). Custom sisal area rug, Elte (www.elte.com). Gold oval mirror, Decorum Decorative Finds (416-966-6829). All other artwork, Canvas Gallery (www.canvasgallery.ca). Light sconces, Residential Lighting Studio (416-537-3138).
WHERE TO BUY Pair of cream painted armchairs, square wood side tables, Chair Table Lamp (www.chairtablelamp.blogspot.com). Fabrics, Designer Fabrics (www.designerfabrics.ca).