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

Master Closet

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Finally, the master closet - my favourite room. The homeowner wanted a room that would function as a closet but feels like somewhere you’d want to spend time. We created a den-like feeling by designing built-in clothes storage that looks like something you might find on the main floor, again carrying through the walnut and steel. The large coffee table serves not only as clothes storage and a packing table, but also as a great spot to put your feet up and relax while watching television. The fantastic lighting fixture in this room is the finishing touch that adds texture and interest while helping break up the look of the large walnut door panels.

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