Lindsay native Breanna White launches White Willow Loft interior design business

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Lindsay native Breanna White launches White Willow Loft interior design business
Lindsay native Breanna White looks forward to helping clients create unique living spaces through her recently opened interior design store, White Willow Loft, located on Kent St. W. 351.

  • Sometimes a collection of baskets or a nicely set table can make the difference in creating a unique feeling in a room.

Breanna White turned her interests in interiors into her first business, called White Willow Loft, specializing in vintage and farmhouse-inspired home decor and furnishings.

“I have always liked interior design and trends. I really enjoy playing with different textures and seeing things come to life,” said the Lindsay native.

“When I sold my house in Bobcaygeon, I decided it was time to take the leap into a business.”

White initially opened the store’s doors in the spring, but closed again briefly for renovations to improve flow. The work doubled the store’s space, allowing White to further expand product lines, and she marked it all with a second “grand opening” July 22.

The majority of products sold at the store are Canadian made. White also produces a line of 100 percent natural soy wax candles.

In a way, White’s product lines can be described as ‘neutral statement pieces’ as they not only complement existing decor, but offer a unique addition to any design. This is a significant benefit to her many real estate and stage clients.

She especially enjoys providing clients with advice and suggestions, and mentions that one of the biggest mistakes people make when decorating their spaces is going too dark with their design elements.

“There’s nothing wrong with using a splash of navy blue or black here and there, but too much can really affect the mood of a room,” White said. “That’s why I like to offer a wide range of items that can help make everything light and bright.”

Adding white to using color as an accent – especially certain colors like red and yellow – can really make the right statement in a room.

She also points out that “size matters” when it comes to furniture.

“Bulky furniture can make a room look smaller. The right accents can help reduce this, but it’s best to start simple and add. Trends change so often and it’s simpler, and cheaper, to replace just cushions than an entire couch,” said White. “Of course, it all depends on the vibe you’re going for…splashes of blue and peach combined with a shiplap or beadboard accent wall, for example, offer a coastal feel.”

Sometimes a collection of baskets or a nicely set table can make the difference.

White Willow Loft is located at 351 Kent St. W. in Lindsay and open Wednesday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sundays 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. To contact White, call 705-320-9292, visit www.whitewillowloft.com, email [email protected] gmail.com or via Facebook and Instagram.

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