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
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