We were on the edge of our seats the whole episode… We couldn’t wait to find out if homeowners Jeff and Paige loved their renovated home or decided to sell their home on Season 1, Episode 13 of Love It or List It Vancouver.
Co-host and interior designer Jillian Harris killed it once again and the homeowners LOVED it! And we 100% agree – the renovation was spectacular.
The Eco Floor Store supplied and installed one of our unique environmentally friendly wall surfaces for the season finale of the hit television series: reclaimed barn wood wall tiles by Everitt & Schilling Tile Co.
Jillian hand-picked the wood tiles for the striking feature wall in the dining room. The feature wall is 7′ wide and the white wash tiles – 3″ x 6″ in a traditional herringbone pattern – go floor to ceiling. It’s a great design idea to help visually separate the dining area from the living room without taking up much (if any!) space! Love, love, love it!
Julia Whyte, Assistant Designer for Love It or List It Vancouver, had this to say about our beautiful feature wall installation:
“There were sooo many elements that I absolutely loved, but I have to admit that the whitewashed reclaimed barn board herringbone wall treatment was my absolute favourite. I love all of those adjectives on their own, so imagine my delight when I saw that someone had combined them into one super-product! I didn’t just love this product though; I also love HOW we used it.
Often times open-concept houses lack any kind of definition to the rooms. By centering the barn board on the wall to the dining room light fixture and making it as wide as the eating area, we not only defined the dining portion of the space, we added a gorgeous feature that brings an incredible amount of beach charm to the whole main floor since you can see it from the kitchen and living room as well.” (Read her full recap here.)
Everitt & Schilling wood wall tiles are made from reclaimed wood found in old barns throughout the western United States. The tiles are handmade and available in a variety of shapes, sizes and colours. + Learn more here
You can see more photos of Jillian’s beautiful renovation on the Love It or List It Vancouver Facebook page. And just in case you absolutely love every other detail in the renovation, here is the Resource Guide [PDF] from the episode.
If you didn’t catch the episode on Monday, the episode will air on the W Network several times this week. Check out the show schedule.
Did you love Jillian’s show stopping renovation as much as we did? We’d love to hear from you!