Example of a mid-sized minimalist open concept and formal medium tone wood floor and brown floor living room design in Toronto with white walls, no tv and no fireplace

John Wilson Siddall House

Modern Living Room, Toronto

Existing trim was re-used and recreated where required to make a renovation look original to the home. The original Living Room was separated from the Dining Room - walls were moved, and door openings made bigger to improve flow. Construction: CanTrust Contracting Group Photography: Croma Design Inc.
Example of a mid-sized minimalist open concept and formal medium tone wood floor and brown floor living room design in Toronto with white walls, no tv and no fireplace - Houzz

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catsoho3 wrote:April 23, 2012
  • Jorge Hidalgo
    8 years ago
    The Lamp is made by Fine Art Lamps, a US Company. It is from the Perspective Collection
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    Prestige Chandelier
    5 years ago
    Can be custom made also in our workshop in NYC. If you are interested get in touch with me. Tell me your required specs and I can get you a quote.
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