This stylish residence is located in Little Italy/Little Portugal, Downtown Toronto. It was designed by Toronto-based design studio Cecconi Simone and it’s a part of a community of 37 contemporary townhouses. It’s a 62 square meter study and it’s a simply stylish space.
The townhouse features a contemporary design and its interior is an open space characterized by the fluidity of the décor and the simplicity of the details. Overall, it could be considered a contrasting creation. It’s so simple and yet so complex. It has been functionally organized is several zones, each with a specific function. Nevertheless, they all share the same basic lines and form a fluid and unifying design that help them form a coherent composition.
The residence has been divided into three distinct areas. One included the living room, dining area and kitchen decorated with contrasting features that include both matte and reflective finishes, transparent and opaque surfaces, dark and light colors. The kitchen area is particularly elegant and the transition between this space and the living and dining areas is seamless.
The color palette is neutral and includes tones of brown, grey, beige and white. The kitchen island is a beautiful accent piece. The furniture is minimalist and modern and the decorations are elegant and subtle. The pendant suspended on top of the dining table seems to be floating and has an eye-catching, architectural design. The artwork is also modern and subtle.