Since the layout of this Toronto loft initially was completely open, designers of STUDIO AC decided to design a separate bedroom in a rather original way. They literally installed it into the overall space, placing it in a cube of plywood and behind a white curtain. It’s worth mentioning that the bedroom entrance is decorated with an arched doorway, which nevertheless looks non-trivial. Functional and interesting home!
Despite the size of this charming apartment in Toronto (only 50 sqm), the owners did not sacrifice either the beauty or the convenience. First, there are lots of storage spaces, and the most important of them is a magnificent media wall with built-in TV and even an electric fireplace! In addition, the interiors are so stylish and exquisite – a black and white base and elegant moldings played an important role. Interestingly, the apartment has even elements of loft style: concrete surfaces and almost 5 meters high ceilings. Great tiny home!
We are used to Christmas is bright colors, flickering garlands and shiny toys. But festive decor can be quite minimalistic and yet stylish. Just like in this home in Vancouver. Here the festive tone is set by greenery and golden accents. And such colors are simply superbly combined with blue, which prevails in the interior. And yet, here are three Christmas trees. That’s how minimalism and freshness can create a maximum of coziness and New Year’s mood on holidays.
It’s hard to believe, but this modern home in Toronto just a few years ago was not at all like what we see now. The old building with classical interiors did not suit its new owners’, a young art-loving family’s needs. But after a big reconstruction, which took 18 months, now everything is different: bright and refined modern interiors, large windows, various colorful paintings and accents. Very stylish home!
This farmhouse in Canada has recently had a big renovation during which everything from floor to roof was replaced. Now it’s a new and welcoming family home with large windows, bright natural decor, lots of wood and nice pastel shades. A spacious and functional kitchen, with a sink in front of the window, a cupboard with jars for storage and a separate corner for storing wines, is also the every woman’s dream. As well a large and comfortable laundry. In the evening, you can relax in the bathroom or enjoy the fireplace while lying in bed. Real dream home!
This Victorian townhouse in Toronto has been completely redone recently not only inside, but also outside by Whitaker studio. The windows were made larger, the facade was framed with new brickwork, the third floor was also built up and the house was equipped with the “smart house” system. The wonderful modern interiors are decorated in light colors with accents of gold and bronze, but one of the bathrooms stands out with its bright colored wallpapers. Also, we really liked the mini-table in a snow-white bathroom – it looks like a huge golden nugget. Very clean, stylish, and interesting home!
Today we have a large and spacious house in Canada, designed and built by Trickle Creek Designer Homes. Look at the stylized antique elements that are competently and appropriately integrated into the overall modern design. Ceiling chandeliers look life as if they were brought from the castle of King Arthur. And this woodpile in the living room? It fits with ease into the modern styled interiors. We pass into a huge bedroom and see that the Middle Ages had penetrated here too – a spacious bed with a canopy design – again a refined replica, as if just brought from a real castle. In general, the interior of the common rooms is replete with leather and wood – natural materials are always in an unfading trend! Girly room and bathroom are full of light and gentle shades of purity. Design that has a lot of aesthetics, poetry and skill!
Designer from Canada Lynne Knowlton is a real romantic as only romantics can create such interiors. “Sleep under the stars, listen to the rustle of the treetops, smell the scent of pine trees” – together with her husband they created this fabulous cabin in the woods of Ontario so that from time to time they could run away from the world and spend a day or two amidst a serene nature. And although they built this tiny house for themselves, it was later decided to rent it out – now anyone can experience these incredible emotions. Amazing!
Usually, when it’s a former industrial space, we expect to see rough surfaces of concrete and brick, dark color scheme and a brutal masculine atmosphere. But in this Canadian loft in the downtown of Toronto, everything is different: although the space once served as a production facility, now it is a refined and bright modern home, perfectly suitable for a family. At the same time, the apartment has not lost the charm of the industrial premise: huge windows and high ceilings do their work. Great!
Anna Duval is an ideal international designer: she was born in Russia, now she lives and works in Paris, and her projects are scattered all over the world. Today we want to share one of her recent projects, a magnificent townhouse that was designed in English style, but located in Ontario, Canada. Enjoy!