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Laura Stein Interiors
6 Reviews
Forest Hill Condo
Ideabooks10
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The owners of this condo wanted their home to be sophisticated, glamourous and elegant, with a hint of cool and lots of comfort. The design scheme is a contemporary take on Art Deco, with straight angular lines playing off of circles and soft curves repeated throughout the space. Photo by David Bagosy
Laura Stein Interiors
6 Reviews
Forest Hill Condo
Ideabooks70
Questions0
The owners of this condo wanted their home to be sophisticated, glamourous and elegant, with a hint of cool and lots of comfort. The design scheme is a contemporary take on Art Deco, with straight angular lines playing off of circles and soft curves repeated throughout the space. Photo by David Bagosy
“Chandelier” — marmee2013
Laura Stein Interiors
6 Reviews
Forest Hill Condo
Ideabooks240
Questions4
The owners of this condo wanted their home to be sophisticated, glamourous and elegant, with a hint of cool and lots of comfort. The design scheme is a contemporary take on Art Deco, with straight angular lines playing off of circles and soft curves repeated throughout the space. Photo by David Bagosy
“Chairs” — jdmanning
Laura Stein Interiors
6 Reviews
Forest Hill Condo
Ideabooks17
Questions0
The owners of this condo wanted their home to be sophisticated, glamourous and elegant, with a hint of cool and lots of comfort. The design scheme is a contemporary take on Art Deco, with straight angular lines playing off of circles and soft curves repeated throughout the space. Photo by David Bagosy
“beautiful, elegant” — patbb
Laura Stein Interiors
6 Reviews
Cabbagetown Residence
Ideabooks166
Questions1
Photo by Mike Chajecki
“check out the vanity” — 6784thunderbird
Laura Stein Interiors
6 Reviews
Cabbagetown Residence
Ideabooks70
Questions0
In this narrow Toronto row house the living room flows directly into the dining room and then kitchen. To keep the space feeling open a cohesive colour scheme of cream, blue and grey runs from the front of the house to the back. Photo by Mike Chajecki
“interior designer 1” — roslp
Laura Stein Interiors
6 Reviews
Cabbagetown Residence
Ideabooks29
Questions2
For this Toronto row house, we started by coming up with a floor plan to maximize space and light. We removed walls, opened up doorways, relocated a staircase, rebuilt another, added a powder room, and added a closet. Photo by Mike Chajecki
“wall colour” — fonziebish
Laura Stein Interiors
6 Reviews
Cabbagetown Residence
Ideabooks256
Questions4
We replaced the front window with a custom design in keeping with other heritage homes in the neighbourhood. Furniture was custom designed to fit the long, narrow space, and upholstered in fabrics that can stand up against teenagers and dogs. Focus was given to maximizing seating and storage. The small living room can seat up to seven people, and the ottomans I designed not onl...More
“black and white pictures” — svetik35
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