http://downtownphotos.ca | When purchased in 2011 this brand new condo had light birch parquet floors and bare white walls - the exact opposite of what our Client envisioned. Purchased predominantly for its amazing view of the Toronto skyline, we worked closely to transfer this blank canvas into the desired space without taking away from the incredible view. Replacing floors, lighting fixtures, painting the walls, adding pot lights, artwork, accessories and new furnishings throughout, the end product is a rustic, urban retreat. Predominantly grey, brown and quite neutral, especially the big purchase items, we used a lot of texture and a "Veuve Clicquot" orange accent to add visual interest.
Favourite pieces include the grey sectional made in Canada, exotic cowhide rug, rustic yet industrial walnut dinning table from northern Ontario (that took some convincing but truly makes the space) as well as the colourful art work purchased from a talented local artist.