Residential Interior Design & Architecture
This four-storey toronto row home has been renovated and updated by our team to give it a fresh new look and bring in a touch of home.
Sansa Interiors’ goal was to modify the home in a gentle manner and without impacting the original architecture of the home.
Our clients wanted to update their recently purchased home in Midtown Toronto. They wanted a cozy home with a mid-century modern twist. We focused on functionality to accommodate their growing family. All the materials and finishes were thoughtfully picked to stand the test of time.
The Design Approach
The existing space was a mono-toned builder-grade row home which was too basic and plain for our clients. The space did not represent who they are and what they love. We came on board to infuse their personality in the home, enhance functionality and support them with all the aspects of the project from drawings to sourcing.
We reused some of the existing elements in the home like kitchen appliances, sink and faucet locations, and utilizing existing electrical connections to give them fresh new lighting fixtures.
We infused colour where possible, like a beautiful and balanced dark green tone in the kitchen that compliments the mid-century style throughout this home’s interior.
As part of the pops of colour of blues and greens, we carried this theme through to the powder room, home office and wallcoverings.
Colour & Interior
The kitchen is the primary and central space of this home. Due to the long and narrow typical Toronto footprint, the team at Sansa Interiors aimed to utilize the natural daylight softened by the green accents throughout and lightly patterned accents. The kitchen island is perfect for entertaining guests, and in this instant the kitchen is the heart of the home (literally).
Interior Designers: Sansa Interiors
Photographer: Bruno Belli