Friday, October 14, 2011

Home tour- A charming Toronto home!

The part-brick house built in 1922 in the west end of Toronto had been in a steady decline for more than 20 years when the Tetis moved in. With patch-ups by the previous owners and an absentee landlord, the most abandoned house on the block was in a bad shape. But Victoria and Tony, newlyweds at the time were drawn to the home's architectural bones and had their eyes about the unlimited possibilities. After a lengthy renovation, the home is now the family's dream home. Let's take a tour of this charming home.








What are your thoughts and which element are you most drawn to? Besides the beautiful wood beam ceiling and the rustic fireplace, I am very drawn to the brick veneer backsplash that this couple decided to incorporate in their kitchen. The brick veneer adds so much charm and character to the space. In addition, it is practical and low maintenance, what's not to love?

11 comments:

  1. I love what they've done with this home! I so want a gorgeous birdcage like the one in their eating area!
    Thanks for sharing a beautiful - and Canadian :) home!
    Have a lovely day, Jessie,
    ~ Wendi ~

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  2. Lovely images and what an amzing home. Great renovations.
    xoxo

    http://onestyleatatime.blogspot.com/

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  3. Hello Jessie!
    I really like the light blue curtains in the second picture. Such a worm home!
    Christina
    http://www.fauxbilicious.blogspot.com

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  4. Love the textures in this warm and welcoming home! Thanks for sharing,Kathysue

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  5. I loooove the light fixtures hanging over the sink.

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  6. Oh man! That first picture is Awesome!! That fire place nearly drove me out of my mind! The wheels are turning in my brain, wondering if I could pull off something similar in a rental?!

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  7. Not necessarily my style but who can deny the incredible beauty of this home!!

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  8. Gorgeous photos, this house is beautiful. I esp. love the 1st photo with the fireplace. Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend.

    http://justtututiny.blogspot.com/
    Thu

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  9. Very nicely done. I like the mix of woods and the brick in the kitchen. Very warm home.

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  10. The lights above the kitchen sink are gorgeous, well the whole house is!

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Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate you taking the time to share with me your thoughts, ideas and suggestions. Your comments always, always brighten up my day! So, keep them coming. Have a beautiful day!