Beverly House in Toronto Has a Modern Minimalist Interior

Beverly House in Toronto Has a Modern Minimalist Interior

For the lat 3-4 years I have become the fan of a minimalist interior design, mostly because I am much more productive in a clean but modern environment and secondly because it’s like I can breathe properly. Take a look at the Beverly House from downtown Toronto, that is exactly what I described above.

Restored by Stanford Downey, from a 100 year old row house it features a green wall, a solar atrium with passive heating and cooling vents, in-floor heating, a beautiful open-spce Scavolini kitchen, acoustical sound wall between neighbors (scream as much as you like) and various green products. The bathroom and the bedroom really blew my mind. Everything is so nicely aligned, and the colors … oh the colors. It’s a dream home. Simply beautiful. – via Momoy

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  • Beverly House in Toronto Has a Modern Minimalist Interior « K3N’s bLOG October 9, 2008 at 04:14 AMLogin to Reply →

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  • design snob October 9, 2008 at 04:18 AMLogin to Reply →

    I love that house! The bathroom is heavenly. The kitchen with the high ceiling space and chandeliers is amazing.

  • Paul Johnston December 10, 2008 at 19:35 PMLogin to Reply →

    That’s a spectacular home, right around the corner from where I live. The area has a few real gems like that.

    Not far is a home i’m involved in building and selling, called Inhabit Claremont. It’s utterly modern, and I think likely would appeal to the same tastes:

    http://pauljohnston.com/2008/09/91claremont/

    might be of interest to readers here!