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House in Toronto Reformed by Baukultur/ca

By Magaly Grosso


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This house, located in Toronto, Canada, dates from 1905, but baukultur/ca reformed it entirely, turning it into a modern home.
Its exterior, of wooden walls and floors, welcomes and invites us to discover an interior full of surprises.

Exterior of wooden walls and landscaped gardens
Main entrance, leading to the living room through the beautiful wooden floors

The interior has been completely renovated, and is finished with beautiful wooden floors and white walls. It is a space full of light that transmits a cozy warmth.

In the living room, the décor in warm tones accentuates the sense of peace and invites us to enjoy the warmth of the fireplace.

Living room decorated in clear ground tones and with a fireplace

Living room with gray furniture and hanging lamps

The dining room and kitchen share a space and are perfectly integrated with each other. Their design is of simple and modern lines, but done in such a way that they provide warmth.

White dining room and kitchen in black and white

Interior view of the kitchen
View of the kitchen towards the family room

The bedroom, where we find a plush bed that looks out onto a terrace through a glass door, rests under a beautiful ceiling with lamps that provide light at night.

Master bedroom with plush bed and hardwood floors

During the day, natural light flows in through the doors, windows, and skylights, giving the space brightness. Beside the bedroom is a small rest area, perfectly organized and topped by a skylight that fills the small space with light.

Small rest area with armchair and rug

Once again, natural light is the protagonist in the bathroom – clear, clean, and done in white, making the space look vast.

Bathroom in white and wood
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About Magaly Grosso

Magaly Grosso was born in Venezuela where she grew up and studied Advertising and Marketing. With time, she realized that what she truly wanted to dedicate herself to was Interior Design, which is why she decided to study it and devote herself to it. Learn more about HomeDSGN's Editorial Process.

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