Bland 1980s suburban bungalow gets a contemporary 21st century makeover. With a reimagined interior and an updated exterior this home was given a second life.
This home is characterized by its clean lines and detail oriented finishes. From the custom kitchen to the razor thin floating shelves in the living room, no detail was spared.
The open concept living space has a warm feeling, created by both the decor’s contrasting colour palette and the large floor to ceiling sliding doors which provide abundant natural light.
Off the kitchen is a custom slat barn door and a sleek, built-in wine display with ambient lighting.
The large sunken office features a sliding glass wall to separate the spaces. Panoramic windows look out over the backyard, and a stunning fireplace/bookshelf feature wall make the space stand out.
The primary bedroom has a warm feeling created through the use of natural cedar on the ceiling accompanied by ambient LED lighting and wrap around views of the backyard.
The slat-wall-accented ensuite stands out with its clean lines and neutral Scandinavian styling.
The light wood tones of the ensuite bathroom carry into the walk-through closet.
The exterior of the home was given a facelift with vertical grey and wood siding, along with black soffit and windows.
This heritage district home built in 1874 was previously renovated for several commercial uses and suffered from poor craftsmanship and a mess of mechanical adaptations.