It’s as though the design team took a ‘less is more’ approach yet they’ve kept it feeling casual and cozy vs. modern and minimal. Simply decorated with accents of white and natural woods, settled in a colour palette of mostly neutrals, made this home feel almost ‘retreat’ like. There was also a wave of 'country' throughout but nothing overwhelming which is why perhaps it felt so warm and welcoming. All in all, it's beautiful. Here's just a peek of what I'm talking about...
I think a mirror would work better here
great room (no TV)
Could be a casual living room since there wasn't one, only a den across the entry console
The kitchen has lots of interesting details. The layout is puzzling though, mainly because the table was in the center of the room - where you might think a kitchen island would be - so it seemed a tight fit. The walls and cabinetry were painted the same colour, different but nice and the beatboard detail was on the walls and the ceiling. Also, it was different to see the kitchen as a room with doors vs. opening to another room. For us, it would be nice to close the kitchen doors at night to reduce the 'I want a snack' routine we're in these days!
Casual yet pretty... love it!
So girly and pretty... the rug was so soft & warm, I want one.
basement - bedroom, games room, sauna and laundry
There are more beautiful spaces in this home so if you're in the area pop in and take at a look - perhaps buy a ticket or two. You can order tickets online too, just go here.
Could you see yourself curling up with a good book infront of the stone fireplace? Or cooking up a delicious meal in the chef’s kitchen? Or how about settling in for a movie in the basement? Ahhh... and how about the charming Muskoka cottage, see it here.