THEIR HOME IS THEIR CASTLE,
and they outfit it with dapper, design-savvy housewares and entertainment gear. Tech-wise, they want the latest and greatest, like the new MacBook Air or Denon’s 100th-anniversary gold-accented set of stereo components. Their taste in housewares favours designer names, both local (Brad Turner, WHEW) and international (Georg Jensen, Areaware). Occasionally you can lure them out, but it will cost you the best seats in the house.
MacBook Air 13.3 inch laptop ($1,649,
Carbon Computing). Glenmorangie Original single malt Scotch ($76.95/set with two tumblers,
LCBO). Denon 100thanniversary turntable ($2,750) and headphones ($550, both
Bay Bloor Radio). Pierre Hardy flats ($765, The Room at
The Bay). Julian Schnabel: Art And Film ($40), Julian Schnabel ($103.50) and Julian Schnabel Polaroids ($54.95, all
shopAGO). WHEW mohair blanket ($450,
MADE). Areaware Magno radio ($352,
Ministry of the Interior).