Have you seen my stone wallpaper on Cityline? I installed it on set for Colin and Justin as part of their veranda oasis design. It’s a moody and rustic space perfect for sipping Whisky cocktails.
I thought I’d share some behind the scenes photos under the Cityline episode (watch it below!), so that you can see how the whole set unfolded from beginning to end…cause who doesn’t love going behind the scenes?!
Watch the Cityline episode!
But first, here’s the episode featuring my stone wallpaper on Cityline with Colin and Justin:
Super easy to hang – just watch the time lapse video!
Wanna see me hanging the stone wallpaper for Colin and Justin? Watch my 15 second time lapse video:
The stone wallpaper
The stone wallpaper Colin and Justin used comes in 8 sizes. Plus you can order a sample if you want to see it up close and personal.
Since it’s actually a mural, there’s no repeat pattern – it looks like a real stone wall!
Stone wallpaper on Cityline – behind the scenes pics!
Whenever Colin and Justin use one of my wallpaper murals for their sets, I always hang it for them!
They’re super easy to hang (I even made a how-to video for all my DIYers).
But of course – for anyone in Southern Ontario – I do offer installation services if you don’t want to hang it yourself.
Here’s the stone wallpaper, all hung and ready for the rest of Colin and Justin’s veranda oasis décor. It’s amazing that it all gets pulled together in a few hours (with days of pre-planning, of course – these guys are pros!).
And guess what? My wallpaper murals are removable! So when the next set of Cityline designers are ready to create a new look, they can just pull the wallpaper off and start over.
The same goes for your home!
Once I finished hanging the stone wallpaper, Colin and Justin got to work hanging the door and shutters (or shitters as they like to say – haha) and putting together their clickable floors from Ikea.
I also installed a white brick wallpaper for Brian Gluckstein for the same Cityline episode. Once I finished hanging that, I got a quick pic with the boys before heading home.
But the exciting part for me was heading back into Toronto the next day to be in the audience. Can you spot me in the episode?
So I got to see the finished set in person, rather than just on TV.
Other than the stone wallpaper (I’m sort of biased), my fave part of the set is the rustic driftwood Colin and Justin added around the doors and their own line of throw pillows. Their products are sold in stores like Homesense across Canada.
Check out the stone wallpaper to scale
I know it can be hard to picture the scale of a design when shopping online. A.k.a. how big are the stones in the wallpaper, really?
Now you can see the size of the stones in relation to a standard sized door and light fixtures to get an idea of scale.
More fun photos
How much fun would it be going to see a TV show being taped without your girls?
I was lucky enough to spend the day with my sis, Jenn, and friend, Tabatha (a super talented realtor in Hamilton if anyone is looking!).
We got this fun shot with Tracy Moore (with my stone wallpaper on Cityline in the background).
And I got another pic with the boys…but out of my overalls and little dolled up this time (which rarely happens – haha).