Corinne LaFlamme

Design Professional
Hunter Douglas Product Specialist

Corinne brings a fresh perspective to Night & Day with her years of interior design and contemporary window fashion experience. Her instinctive approach to interior design and extensive knowledge of Feng Shui principles enables her to create spaces that carefully consider elements integral to both worlds. 


When taking on clients’ design projects, Corinne equally balances not only the aesthetics but also customer needs and energy flow. Clients love seeing her streamlined, modern aesthetic seamlessly infused into their window-covering projects, with an emphasis on eco-conscious products. 


With a warm and engaging demeanor, Corinne brings a wealth of expertise to her role, having worked in the field of interior design for many years prior to joining Night & Day. In fact, Corinne’s passion for design began during her undergraduate studies in gerontology, where she discovered her interest in creating comfortable and functional living spaces for seniors.


A Toronto Beach community member with a young family, she adores Toronto’s East End and its many outdoor spaces.

Corinne's portfolio

Tuesdays at Beaches showroom
Wednesdays at Midtown showroom

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Window treatment project in a luxury cottage

In this home-away from home in Sutton, Ontario, Corinne acted as a window treatment partner assisting both the architect and home-owner with their interior design vision. For the spacious family, living room and some of the bedrooms, Hunter Douglas’ automated Luminette sheers were chosen for their elegance, day-lighting properties and privacy. Other rooms, such as bathrooms were finished with easy to use and durable custom wood shutters.

Classic roman-shades for a Beaches home

The family in this gorgeous Beaches home with traditional bones has worked with Corinne over the years to upgrade window coverings to suit their changing needs and style. The motorized white roman shades completed the cozy family room feel, ehancing the already beatiful large window when gathered up during the day. In the evenings, the clasic lines of a flat-style roman shade elevated the living room space, providing privacy in the evenings. In the dining area, the existing faux-roman treatment on the classic three-pane window was elevated with motorized roller shades, giving the home-owners an opportunity to quickly adjust the amount of light for various times of day. Featured in other rooms are more of motorized, yet light-blocking, flat roman shades and custom wood shutters for the ensuite bathroom.

Motorized window treatments for a custom-built home

For this custom-built home in Forest Hill of Toronto, Corinne had the opportunity to work with the builder and owner in planning for all the hardware and wiring to be done and available for the ultimate motorized window shade experience. A variety of what are truly our team’s most favoured products were used in this home: PowerView motorized Luminette sheers for formal dining room, formal living room and breakfast area, motorized and recessed Silhouette window shades for the family room and Duette honeycomb shades for the majority of bedrooms.

Ripplefold sheers layered with automated sunscreen rollers

An upscale mid-town Toronto condo with stunning furniture was elevated with a layering of automated screen type rollers topped-off with a luxurious linen sheer from J.F. Fabrics. The neutral colours of the ripplefold sheer drapery tie in with the overall tone on tone elegance of this interior.

Traditional space in Yorkville featuring drapery, shutters and Silhouette Shades

A couple’s Toronto spacious pied-a terre and it’s large windows needed a variety of window shades and treatments to suit the needs of each space. The formal living room was outfitted with PowerView automated Silhouette shades with ClearView option, providing the best view-through when in an open position and ease of use. Condo bedrooms here featured custom wood shutters which were also layered with “blackout” (room darkening lined) hand-made drapery on a simple yet functional drapery track.

Ripplefold sheers in dramatic black

Modern condo unit in the trendy Corktown district of Toronto was treated with motorized wall to wall sheers. Without the need for privacy, Corinne helped the homeowner choose the ripplefold sheer style and corresponding fabric in order to achieve a dramatic look through the use of black colour, less common, yet striking bold choice for a window covering. When unburdened by too many practical needs, why not go bold and dramatic with black window sheers!