Wendy picked out a few decor pieces from the Jungalow shop, which fit in nicely with her place. To see what she chose, check out The Kwendy Home’s feature in Jungalow’s Pad Peek.
When you walk into The Kwendy Home, you’ll notice that it has so much personality because every detail was handpicked. The duo behind Kwendy intentionally designed their house to be a place that welcomes and brings people together.
I was introduced to them by a mutual friend and had the opportunity to photograph their home, which is now featured in Apartment Therapy.
Take a look at how beautiful the layout and decor is. For design tips and inspiration, check out their Instagram.
This is the beautiful foyer that welcomes you.
The kitchen is purposely open and spacious to be a welcoming spot for large groups.
There is a lot of natural light from the windows and the light interior keeps it bright throughout the day.
Wendy is one half of “Kwendy” and she loves plants and all things vintage and thrifting which shows throughout their home.
The original sunroom provides all the light that her plants need.
One of the rooms has been turned into Wendy’s woman cave.
I had the opportunity to photograph the delicious food, beautiful interior and the fun team at Founder Bar. This cocktail and snack bar is located in the lively Dundas West neighbourhood of Toronto. Stop by to grab a bite and see the space if you're in the area.
Chef Deb putting the final touches on the cheeseburger-inspired Beef and Cheddar Bao
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