108,898 toronto Home Design Photos

Beauparlant Design inc
6 Reviews
Cabbagetown
Ideabooks4,365
Questions15
Where did you find the streetcar photo? I love Toronto art. Thanks
The table was custom made for the space but the vintage legs where purchased at a store called "Smash" in the Junction area of Toronto. The top is wood with a gray stain and lacquer finish.
Thanks, The table was custom made for the space but the vintage legs where purchased at a store called "Smash" in the Junction area of Toronto.
The table was custom made for the space but the vintage legs where purchased at a store called "Smash" in the Junction area of Toronto. Thanks for the question.
love this banquette. Beauparlant design inc in toronto? this project is in toronto. legs from "smash" in toronto
made with reclaimed wood and vintage legs, and designed a vinyl banquette for comfortable seating. Banquette fabric: Ryder, Cocoa vinyl, Threadcount, Toronto; pendant: vintage
“Kitchen bench” — coconathan
South Park Design Build
9 Reviews
Modern Toronto Home
Ideabooks1,968
Questions1
"Who to hire: More bells and whistles require more pros. A well-stocked bar, such as this crisp blue entertaining space by South Park Design Build in Toronto, would require an architect or interior designer to design the space and a contractor to build it. The building crew might include a carpenter to construct
Who to hire: More bells and whistles require more pros. A well-stocked bar, such as this crisp blue entertaining space by South Park Design Build in Toronto, would require an architect or interior designer to design the space and a contractor to build it. The building crew might include a carpenter to construct
A well-stocked bar, such as this crisp blue entertaining space by South Park Design Build in Toronto, would require an architect or interior designer to design the space and a contractor to build it. The building crew might include a carpenter to construct
“Bar” — mcortesv33
Ungerman Homes
5 Reviews
Living and Family Rooms
Ideabooks6,439
Questions9
area rug from a local Toronto designer supplier. If you are are local to Toronto and interested in retaining my services to help you locate it, please email me at Jessica@ungermanhomes.com. Thanks!
Hi Geena, these pillows were custom made with a fabric from a local Toronto fabric showroom called
Hi! The ottoman was custom made by an upholsterer in Toronto. Please email me at jessica@ungermanhomes.com if you are interested in having one made. Local Toronto delivery only. Thanks, Jessica
It is from Elte in Toronto. Thanks! Jessica
The sofa was custom made by a local manufacturer in Toronto. The manufacturer only deals with designers directly. Feel free to email me at Jessica@ungermanhomes.com if you are interested in retaining my services
“like ottoman” — beckneko
Leslie Goodwin Photography
6 Reviews
Master Bathroom
Ideabooks15,777
Questions15
Hi there, I sourced this fixture at Union Lighting in Toronto. I don't know who the manufacturer is but the Nessen option provided above is a close match. For more information on this or any of my other projects
bathroom is custom, design by me and made by my cabinetmaker. The file is a 12"x24" travertine called Ocean Blue. I purchased it at Saltillo Tile in Toronto. For more information on this bathroom or any of my other projects, please visit my profile at http://www.houzz.com/pro/meghancarterdesign/__public
Hi Caroline. The shower kit is from Cabano and is their Tech line. I use Roman Bath in Toronto but you should be able to order this from any plumbing shop. For more information on this bathroom or any of my other projects, please visit my profile
“Lifted wood vanity + light counter top” — marissafoxkelly
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
150 W
Ideabooks1,035
Questions2
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
This house, also located in Toronto and designed by nKArchitects, has an interesting mix of traditional and modern going on. A gable roof that runs parallel to the street is notched out
This house, also located in Toronto and designed by nKArchitects, has an interesting mix of traditional and modern going on. A gable roof that runs parallel to the street is notched out on the upper floor, revealing windows above a brick base that has a substantial cutout for the entrance and garage
“brick color and car port” — Tim Herrington
Andrew Snow Photography
Rooftop Patio
Ideabooks1,575
Questions3
Although it’s in a suburb, this rooftop deck boasts skyline views of Toronto. The steel-framed overhang provides a sheltered place for sitting and reading or taking in the view. Note the deck-top enclosure: stainless steel posts
Somewhere in Toronto. Home sweet home.
Interesting stainless steel mesh walls. This is in Toronto.
Although the house lies just northwest of Toronto's downtown core, it sits on a quiet one-way street in a tree-filled neighborhood. The height of the foliage helps to provide some privacy from the neighbors, but this third-floor deck maintains skyline views.
rooftop deck boasts skyline views of Toronto. The steel-framed overhang provides a sheltered place for sitting and reading or taking in the view. Note the deck-top enclosure: stainless steel posts with metal mesh (from Tyler Weaving) instead of the more typical cables.
“Color of deck” — Amber Kim
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
150 W
Ideabooks1,674
Questions0
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
“cantilevered stairs continuous with driveway” — mfhollon
Andrew Snow Photography
Exterior
Ideabooks396
Questions1
exterior metal corten house glass alley laneway toronto narrow lot
This Toronto laneway house designed by Setless Studio has an almost invisible front door. Is it to the left of the bushes? Is it off this alley? If so, where? The glass gives a hint, even if the Corten steel panels don't.
In some contexts, such as Toronto, where the Millworker House
“Lempeng” — Andruruan
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