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Photo By: Photographer: John Mc Manus, Builder: Chuck Hunter, Osprey Construction Inc
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Modern Entryway With Concrete Floors
Polished concrete flooring and painted brick walls welcome guests into this modern entryway. Stacked interior doors open up to the covered patio with a wall-mounted TV straight ahead, and the open concept living and dining room to the right.
This renovated brick row house offers a modern aesthetic in a historical structure. A small bathroom with colorful teal paint and a nearby walk-in closet with custom lighting sit at the bottom of these dark gray classic stairs.
A polished bar commands one corner of the open concept floor, stocked with all necessary shaking and stirring supplies. There's a wine refrigerator, sink, even a pass through window for walk-by cocktail deliveries.
A peek into the living area from the hallway shows off a soft gray color palette, exposed beams and lovely hardwood floors. The chic, contemporary space reflects the perfect dose of femininity without overdoing it.
Mediterranean Hall Decor Featuring Tall Wicker Baksets Under a Clear Plastic Table With Decorative Blue Vases
The corner of this hallway is brought to life with a Mediterranean display. A clear plastic table supports a trio of beautifully ornamental blue vases. Two tall wicker baskets are perfect height for tucking under the table doubling as storage space. A mirror is mounted over the setup to fill some of the gray wall space.
"Without this divider, the front door would open directly into the living area and you'd see the home's lake view as soon as you entered. I created this diamond peek-a-boo wall to give visitors a glimpse of the water without giving everything away, " says Kimberley Selden, designer and owner of Kimberly Selden Designs, Toronto, Canada.
Chris' unit receives an abundance of natural light. To reflect it throughout the 17th floor property, his designer friend insisted on using mirrors. Not only do mirrors help play with the light, they give the illusion of greater space, particularly when placed in smaller spaces such as the entry hall to the master suite.
To make an exciting impression from the moment anyone walks into this apartment, the designer chose wallpaper with a bark-like pattern and a dark jewel-toned color for the ceiling. A shagreen console adds to the layers of texture.
The pendants in the foyer were carefully chosen both to stand up to the scale of the high ceilings and seamlessly mesh with the home's midcentury modern roots. The artwork on the back wall is made up of yarn-like designs that add depth to the space.