Friday, January 27, 2017

A fresh and stylish Toronto home with a coastal industrial flair!

When a Canadian couple relocated from Boston back to Canada, they purchased a 3,400-square-foot turn-of-the-century house in Toronto. They love the trendy location, open floor plan, move-in-ready status and the loft style look. After living in this home for 10 years, they wanted a change so they enlisted designer Jacquelyn Clark for help. To achieve the California coastal style that the couple wanted, the designer brightened the space by bleaching the floors, painting the dark wood ceilings white and incorporating hints of blue for a bright and calming effect. Let's take a look!

Photo credit: Stacey Brandford

Such a gorgeous house! The beautiful exposed brick walls, wonderful high ceilings, wood beams and bay windows are some of my favorite features in this home. Marrying modern clean-lined furnishings and coastal elements with industrial and rustic architectural details is the perfect match in design heaven. The results? A fresh, stylish and inviting abode with a coastal industrial flair! I am particularly drawn to the effortlessly chic living room and fabulous entryway, what about you? Do you enjoy this beautiful tour as well? I would love to hear your thoughts!


  1. Great home. Love how the radiator appears to belong. So often they are eyesores. This one becomes a part of the design! The mix of the elements is fantastic.
    Happy Weekend.

  2. Beautiful, love the white painted beams.


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