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.

Study room - small scandinavian built-in desk study room idea in Toronto with white walls —  Houzz
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Helen Trieman wrote:Sep 1, 2014
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    BOXWOOD ARCHITECTS
    Hi Megan,
    Thank you for your question, unfortunately we do not know where the fixture is from.
    Regards,
    Boxwood Architects
  • eQuality Tech Inc.

    Where did you get that orange lamp?

Pineapple wrote:Dec 26, 2014
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    BOXWOOD ARCHITECTS

    Hello,

    We specified Richelieu pulls [product number: 3487 128 170].

    Regards,

    Boxwood Architects

  • lindad112

    What is the depth of the desk?

stfncrlsn wrote:Apr 13, 2015
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    BOXWOOD ARCHITECTS

    Hello. Thank you for your question. all the cabinetry, including the desk, were custom designed by Boxwood Architects and built by MCM [Millworks Custom Manufacturing] in Toronto.

    Regards,

    Boxwood Architects

What Houzz contributors are saying:

anniekendall
Annie Thornton added this to 100 Postcards From Beautiful CanadaJun 23, 2017

59. Downtown Toronto

annecolby
Anne Colby added this to Houzz Call: Show Us Your Hardworking Home OfficeJan 16, 2015

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

What Houzzers are commenting on:

joel_newton29
Joel Newton added this to Home Office / Guest House5 days ago

Could the bay window be a desk???

htown1989
luann yarberry added this to MistyOct 10, 2019

Good idea for the smaller bedroom

lauriefranceluxe
lauriefranceluxe added this to Small Home OfficeOct 5, 2019

Like this where the printer is hidden

sharadawn_amanda
Sharadawn Amanda added this to FAMILY ROOMOct 2, 2019

Floating desk in front of window

1630bays
1630bays added this to keeley's new placeSep 29, 2019

Although this won’t be my layout, this pic is to point out how I really like “upper” open shelving and again clean lined

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