This twenty-five hundred square foot home is a real standout, with its front facade of glass and its towering three story height, nestled amongst the trees of midtown Toronto. The homeowner and I wanted to create a home that is both modern and functional with hits of colour and warmth.

Text by Shirley Meisel, Photography by Stephani Buchman, As Seen In Canadian Home Trends Summer 2013

Dining Room

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I like to add ‘pops’ of the unexpected, even in the most streamlined of homes. Fantastic lighting is a great way to add interest and to make a bold statement. The oversized MOOOI light in the dining room is quite the centerpiece and can be viewed from every angle on the main floor.

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