A warm and cozy 3-sided fireplace place not only warms the space but also acts as a screen between two living areas.
Through contrast, the division of the old and new design elements in this Toronto home are rendered evident from every angle, both inside and out. With different rhythms of solid and void, flat and angled, and slick and textured, this renovation makes for interesting collision of styles while still being contextual to its surroundings.
Hygge - To Comfort
The stainless steel kitchen counter folds over and extends to the floor. It's easy to maintain and looks great.
Design Insight - Open & Bright
These were the directives from the clients as they described the changes they wanted to see for their older home. The orientation of the new kitchen to the front of the home plus a simple materials selection in light tones worked to open up the space.
By placing windows at the ceiling, natural light filters into the bathroom and privacy is maintained.