The owners also created a distinct focal point with the living room fireplace using Farrow & Ball wallpaper from The Timeless Materials Co.
Wood accessories, décor and furniture are consistent accents throughout the home, adding lots of texture. Barnboard, pine display shelves, corbeils and picture frames all have a place.
Every square inch of the home is maximized. Labelled storage keeps everything in its place. The owners found the home’s original front door in the basement with eight layers of paint on it. Stripped and refinished, it’s now a sliding door that divides the foyer from the dining space. The glass was replaced with chalkboard for the family to display quotes or organize the family’s busy schedules and to-dos. Since the front of the fridge isn’t magnetic, the art-loving family has a special gallery space in the corner of the dining room for their children’s art. Both kids’ bedrooms have lines for hanging their masterpieces. At the end of the year, the parents take photos of each piece and then clear them off to make room for new art.
Upstairs, the owners turned a secondary bedroom into a master en suite with a laundry room space. Westmount Craftsmentook care of their shower renovation. There were gaping holes above each bedroom door that Kara’s Stained Glassfitted with beautiful bevelled transoms.
Outside was amped up as well with finds fromArtefacts Salvage & Design, including reclaimed architectural pieces, and reclaimed Douglas fir for their outdoor tabletop.