Kristy takes immense pride in establishing strong connections with her clients and providing bespoke design solutions that perfectly align with their unique needs and personal style preferences. With over 15 years of experience in the industry, Kristy has worked on a wide array of residential and commercial spaces, and continues to approach each new project with the same level of passion and dedication.
Whether she’s providing consultation on window blinds, selecting intricate fabrics, or coordinating upholstery to seamlessly blend with the space, Kristy revels in the challenges and rewards of her work.
When not immersed in her work, Kristy can be found honing her skills on the tennis courts at her local beach clubs, taking leisurely strolls on the boardwalk with her children and furry family members, exploring Toronto’s eclectic culinary scene, or jet-setting around the world with her loved ones. Her extensive travels have undoubtedly played a pivotal role in her unceasing desire for design excellence, which shines through in her ongoing work with Night and Day Decor.
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Owner of this downtown condo were looking for a stylish way to maximize light in their living room, but also block most of it when needed. Light-filtering sunscreen type roller shades took care of the daytime privacy requirement, while floor to ceiling ripplefold drapery added the finishing touch to an already stylish space, as well as providing room-darkening when necessary. The layering of a roller window shade with lined drapery also helps with blocking the noise from the busy downtown street.
In this project, the homeowner’s wish was to find a window treatment with lots of texture and in earthy tones. Kristy helped narrow down the choices from a wide variety of window shade styles with those features, keeping pratical needs for cutting down glare for TV viewing and privacy. Final choice were automated flat-style roman shades, from the exclusive Alustra collection of fabrics.
Sleeping in a well-darkened room is incredibly important for everyone’s health. Kristy was called in to help 3 generations in this home select the right room-darkening window shade or blackout-lined drapery. Blackout-lined drapery to the floor is ideal, but not always possible, due to furniture placement such as desks. In those situations, going above the window trim and mounting a room darkening roman shade at least as wide as the window trim, is the next best option.