Interior designer Angela Wheeler is known on the Canadian decorating scene for the beautiful and hardworking design solutions she creates for her clients. But it's her own rural Ontarian home that stars in her Instagram feed, with good reason: The experience of designing, building, and decorating it is why she made the career jump from civil engineer to creative home professional.
The stone farmhouse at Walnut Farm may be new, but Wheeler has filled it with an old soul. Natural materials like aged reclaimed wood, leather, jute, and unlacquered copper and brass work together to bring the countryside feel in. Antique furniture, vintage art and found object accents layer in an authentic warmth.
One glance at Wheeler's feed, and it's no surprise her home caught the attention of notable shiplap-enthusiast Joanna Gaines, and even earned a feature in the Magnolia founder's decor book, Homebody.