Located in Toronto’s east end and home to a young family of four, the living room once void of furniture is now a luxurious retreat. Custom glass and metal pocket doors were designed not only to allow the natural light from the large living room window to flow into the rest of the home but also to offer a glimpse at what lays beyond them. The living room was outfitted with curvy furnishings including a bespoke chaise in a luxe ribbed fabric, velvety sculptural chairs, a plush carpet, and a rattan bar cabinet that are accented by beautiful wall panelling, bold art, and graphic pillows to create a stylish space that is both sophisticated and dynamic. It’s a magical spot for entertaining friends and family or for stealing a quiet moment away from the hustle of everyday life.
Pair of abstract paintings by Sarah Rutledge.
The homeowner’s little girl got the bedroom of her dreams with a playful green and white print fabric for custom drapery, botanical wall art, and a chartreuse table lamp. The rug, metal-framed daybed, and graphic floral wallpaper were kept neutral to anchor the space and create a timeless look that will transition with her from little girl to big girl.
The basement guest room got a total makeover with custom drapery in a bold black and nude fabric, a soft blue wall colour and all new furnishings creating a cozy retreat for overnight guests.
A dramatic wallpaper and a full-length mirror welcome guests in the front entry of the home.
Photography by Jules Lee