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catlin stothers design
14 Reviews
c a t l i n s t o t h e r s
This project involved a complete overhaul of a very traditional three storey home in midtown Toronto. The owners asked for a radical transformation that would leave them, and visitors, in awe from the moment they stepped inside. Their mandate: modern, white, a bit of whimsy, and lots of storage.
Hi there, I designed the bed and had it custom built by a very skilled carpenter in Toronto. It's made of walnut and floats around six inches from the floor. Thank you for your interest, catlin
“Bed” — lectra_reign
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Creative Open-Concept Home in Toronto
My Houzz: Creative Open-Concept Home in Toronto
Hi. I live in Toronto too. Wonder if company was hired to do this hardscaping, or if it was done by homeowner
“patio” — angelovpro
UED Studio
REDO of a Builder Special
No it is an Italian wallpaper (cannot recall the brand. However, Mettro Source Tiles in Toronto carries this brand
cool wallpaper from metro source tiles in toronto
“everything” — joanie12345
Altius Architecture, Inc.
North Kingsway Residence
Toronto ,Wales house
“to envision if we had to run it up the wall very simply” — ktmbh
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
3 Reviews
My Houzz: The Perpetual Reno
let your home go or put off time-consuming restoration projects when your free time with family is so precious.Full story: Raw Aesthetics Rule in a Toronto Family Home
All Toronto home
“I actually really like the look of these plywood floors. I like the very large plank look” — Jenny Crocker
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Calm, Cool and Collected in Downtown Toronto
My Houzz: Calm, Cool and Collected in Downtown Toronto
casual, contemporary bedroom. Leaned atop the mirrored dresser, it has just the right of insouciance to avoid feeling too stuffy.Tour Russell’s serene Toronto condo
“bed platform” — Theresa Lansberry
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
150 W
Located in Toronto’s Beaches district, 150_W addresses the challenges of maximizing southern exposure within an east-west oriented mid-lot while exploring opportunities for extended outdoor living spaces designed for the Canadian climate. The building’s plan and section is focused around a south-facing
“good brick pattern” — vimonjason
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Creative Open-Concept Home in Toronto
My Houzz: Creative Open-Concept Home in Toronto
This last example is a conversion of a 19th-century rooming house into apartments in Toronto, designed by Creative Union Network. The new pieces do not stand in opposition to the old, but work with it in interesting ways. The entry becomes
“The walls” — monster429
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