A comfortable accessible family home in Toronto. This home was featured on Vogue’s website…apparently the home where Vogue.com contributor and blogger Sophie Young grew up. A very warm home a mix of old and new. The home sits in a residential neighborhood in the center of Toronto. It was an abandoned property before Sophie’s parents took it over and made it their own.
A safe, stylish, fresh, personal, unpretentious space to raise a family. The decorating style combines old and new quite seamlessly along with a little whimsy in the form of color and art. Well done. Take a look.
|Queen Anne chairs were found and upholstered in a red and white floral print in the dining room (above)|
|Black and white stripe floors and a red kitchen island make bold statements in this family kitchen (above)|
|This is the master bedroom and it is pink – Sophia’s dad let her mom go with a traditionally feminine color in their bedroom (above)|
|Master bath with mirrored walk in closet. (above)|
|Sophie’s room in shades of blue (above)|
This is the type of home great for raising a family and for entertaining loved ones. A personal space with warm design appeal.
What do you think of this Canadian home?
3 responses to “FAMILY FRIENDLY HOME IN TORONTO WITH PERSONAL STYLE”
The only things I don’t like are the fireplaces on diagonal walls. I see that a lot here in Victoria, too.
I love the covered entry to the home, the wood floors, the mirrored walk-in closet, and the fireplaces in the two bedrooms.
But did I really love the home? No. The kitchen with its sharp edges left me cold.
it just seems like a hodge-podge of styles inside.
Thanks for repping my hometown with this post! Lot’s of beautiful homes in Toronto