95,244 toronto Home Design Photos

South Park Design Build
8 Reviews
Modern Toronto Home
Ideabooks1,535
Questions1
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 custom cabinetry, a plumber for a sink and an ice maker, an electrician to add outlets for a refrigerator and other appliances, a tile
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 custom cabinetry, a plumber for a sink and an ice maker, an electrician to add outlets for a refrigerator and other appliances, a tile
“idea para bar” — eferrarip
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
150 W
Ideabooks977
Questions2
ed 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 side-yard
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.
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.
“Window for office” — lindajo
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
150 W
Ideabooks1,542
Questions0
ed 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 side-yard
“Stairs” — annettetomlinson
DC Metro Tile, Stone & Countertops
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Andrew Snow Photography
Exterior
Ideabooks358
Questions1
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 is located,
laneway toronto narrow lot
“?” — jake61416
Andrew Snow Photography
Third Floor Roof Deck
Ideabooks6,488
Questions6
made by Toronto's Andrew Richard Designs. The inventive coffee table lends an industrial touch and intriguing texture to the space. John, who also holds an architecture degree, designed and built the low table as an anniversary present for Wanda. It's made up of multiple pieces of plywood clamped together
“Patio doors” — sidsum4
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Beach House Bridgehampton
Ideabooks11,461
Questions22
ShowMetro Toronto Convention Centre255 Front St W Toronto, Ontario, CanadaSee what's new in interior design and the latest in design products at Canada's largest contemporary design fair. Mingle with design professionals, discover the latest from product exhibitors, attend workshops and meet with other
“Table” — Erica Bratsch
Rad Design Inc
Market
Ideabooks2,705
Questions2
downtown Toronto. © Rad Design Inc 2012 Photo credit: Donna Griffith
The backsplash is porcelain tiles from a company called Stonetile in Toronto
on the Toronto waterfront. "The building is quite old and was built in 1858. It was a wholesale grocery warehouse backing into the waterfront with ship docks at the back. At some point, developers converted the warehouses into apartment buildings, but unfortunately not much has changed in the interiors
“Backsplash” — 40westst
Metroviews
Toronto skyline
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Questions0
Toronto skyline
favourite shot of toronto
Toronto pool
“What a view!” — paula571
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