This Interior Design Toronto project is a recently completed renovation. Addition on 3 levels and some of the house gutted or remodeled. A complete remake of the kitchen, the space stretched farther than you normally would have thought it should be, basing it on the size of the home but I really wanted a large kitchen for them, the heart of the home. It was the right design decision as it did not compromise the rest of the living space, but made the kitchen massive for a somewhat small home. The stunning wide plank Oak floors throughout. The custom kitchen with windows above the counters. Custom doors and windows in a blue/black. The island cabinets I had done in this soft blue as well as the range hood trim and then carried that colour upstairs into the library cabinets to bring continuity. We opted for brass lighting throughout. The living room stayed the same, converted the fireplace to wood and added custom blinds. A new bathroom/laundry room on the second floor. Love those tiles. We needed to separate the library and the adjoining yoga room but I did not want to shut off the light coming in from the windows in the yoga room. I convinced the family to do glass. We visited my favourite artisan carpenter who built this partition with antique doors and windows painted to match the new windows. He also made the stunning mid century style dining table, wood from a century old pine house on Laws Avenue, 80 year old Oak legs, apron 90 years old Oak casing from Christie and St. Clair. Beautifully handcrafted. He also did the built-in desk in the dining area and the cabinets below the staircase, the vanity in the basement bathroom and a mud room at the base of the stairs. A beautiful bathroom with walk in shower on the lower level, family room, bedroom, play area. We also did the exterior is a dark stone, kept some grass and added some flower beds, a new fence and gate.