RAIN AND ROWE
is a creative collaboration between two design minds sustained by a strong friendship,
a love for design and plenty of morning lattes and evening glasses of pinot grigio
Kerry Dalton is the owner of Kerry Dalton Interior Design, a full service design firm. Kerry is NCIDQ qualified and has been in the design industry for over 20 years. She has had the great opportunity to have worked on some of the most notable residences. Kerry enjoys working closely with her clients throughout the entire design process helping them to achieve their design goals. Her passion for high quality bedding, furniture and design comes through in everything she does.
Owner of Joey Vogel Interior Design, a multi-disciplinary firm that has been operating since 2012. Joey's background is in high end residential design. Her approach to design is logical and creative. Joey has worked on hundreds of projects. She is also an Interior Design instructor at George Brown College and for the Toronto District School Board. In 2016, Joey competed and came in second place in The Search for Canada's Next Designer a reality television show.
THE BIRTH OF RAIN AND ROWE
Rain and Rowe began out of necessity. Working as Interior Designers we found it difficult to find beautiful quality linens at reasonable prices. What we wanted to use for our designs was out of reach for most of our clientele and for us as individuals.
As Designers working in the field having the perfectly dressed bed is essential to a beautiful bedroom. Rain and Rowe allowed us to collaborate our knowledge, skills and style to create a line of bed and bath linens that is not only beautiful but are made from high quality cotton and produced under strict standards.
When you purchase Rain and Rowe linens you are also purchasing the help of two industry designers. We aim to educate all of our shoppers on how to dress, maintain and care for your new bedding. It is a bedding revolution and we are so happy your choosing Rain and Rowe for your sleep.
Q&A WITH THE DESIGNERS
What is your biggest fear?
J: Being trapped somewhere
K: Losing family
What is the one thing in your home you cannot live without?
J: My Great Grandmother's Desk-has been in every bedroom I have had since I was born.
K: I can not live without my Netflix/Downtime, an hour before bed
What was your favourite set of bed sheets ever?
J: Black and White Houndstooth percale, I used until their were holes. Now they are paint drop sheets-can not throw them away.
K: White percale hemstitch
Describe your bedroom growing up?
J: My room growing up was a hot mess. Hot pink walls, pink shag carpet and leopard bedding (no joke!)
K: My room growing up was constantly changing. Posters, tie dyed sheets, lime green and pink walls.
What is the weirdest dream you have had?
J: I was walking on a skyway and the sky was made from rows of watermelons.
K: I was chasing a UFO, it crashed and when I arrived to the site it was just a bowl of green jello.