One Bedford Condo SuiteScandinavian Home Office, Toronto
This apartment was designed in a light, modern Scandinavian aesthetic for a retired couple who divide their time between Toronto and the British Columbia Interior. The suite layout was reconfigured to provide a more open plan without sacrificing areas for privacy. Every opportunity was taken to maximize storage into custom designed cabinetry for an ordered and clean space.
Assisting on this project was interior designer, Jill Greaves. Custom cabinetry fabricated by MCM2001. Home Automation coordinated with Jeff Gosselin at Cloud 9 AV Inc. Photography by Shai Gil.
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Built-in comfort. This Toronto condo office, by Boxwood Architects and Jill Greaves Design, is clean and comfortable with a slim desk, an Eames adjustable chair, an abundance of custom cabinets and bookshelves, and a cushy chaise for reading or relaxing. And then there’s that view. The Scandinavian-style room, about 8 by 15 feet, makes good use of its narrow dimensions.Is your home office designed to be comfortable, clean and clutter free? Post your pictures and tell us how you did it. See the rest of this condo