Photo Gallery: Scandinavian-Inspired Condo
Tour a small-but-lively condo.
A painting of Stockholm greets guests in the foyer, establishing a loosely Scandinavian theme.
This open-concept space looks seamless with a concealed fridge, waterfall marble counter and extra-pale wood flooring.
Homeowner Catharina MacMillan’s Scandinavian background was the inspiration for sourcing heritage textiles, including this dramatic wall covering.
Designer Jill Greaves furnished this living room with an inviting sectional sofa, appropriately scaled for a compact apartment. Graphic pillows and a round coffee table add interest.
In the living room, a fireplace, television, and media and book storage are all integrated into one seamless design.
Here, Tom and Catharina have ample space to store dishes, candlesticks and even a charming spoon collection.
Architect Anne-Marie Fleming extended the hallway to get the necessary length for a row of closets that leads into the bedroom, essentially turning the hall into a walk-in closet.
This headboard, with its centre panel upholstered in a green stripe, can be staged with books or artwork.
The intentionally eclectic mix of art and upholstery makes Catharina’s reading corner feel bright and lively.
This principal bathroom cleverly mixes wood, stone and glass. The vanity floats high enough to stow a sleek Platner stool beneath.
In homeowner Tom MacMillan’s office, the desk runs the length of the window, making for an incredible view. This leaves the room open for a sofa, framed by bookshelves that run high on the walls.