A complete down to the studs renovation of a 1910 Edwardian home that had not been renovated in over 25 years. The original charm of this heritage rated home is maintained within the classic detailing of the wall panelling, plaster crown moulding and beautifully crafted cabinetry. The interiors instill a warmth and charm that is timeless.
A new build home in Toronto’s Rosedale neighborhood with three spacious floors above ground, and a lower level with high ceilings. The large windows throughout allow the sun to saturate the interior spaces and provide impressive views of the leafy neighborhood. A neutral palette and sophisticated details blend together contemporary and transitional design elements for a serene ambience.
Located by the ravine of Moore Park in midtown Toronto, this picturesque 1,500 square foot home was built in the 1930’s and last renovated 30 years ago. The clients purchased the home as newlyweds with plans for a family. The original layout was reorganized, with emphasis placed on the outdated kitchen and bathrooms. The clients are avid travellers who are drawn to the old world charm of European cities which inspired the use of wall panelling, herringbone wood floors, brass fixtures and rich marble finishes.