Designer Sam Sacks outlines the steps she took to turn a major fixer-upper into a dream home for her family of five. See how Sam uncovered surprises (like a gracious wood staircase hidden behind a plaster wall) and made the original 1910 features look fresh, plus see how salvaged doors help personalize this formerly 'decrepit duplex' in Toronto.
Design, Sam Sacks; contractor, BonMark General Contracting, (416) 305-6535 or firstname.lastname@example.org; cabinetry, Michael Black, email@example.com; wall colour (throughout), Super White (PM-1), Benjamin Moore; living room sofa, RH Restoration Hardware; pendant light, Morba; ktchen: Counters, Rio Stone; appliances, KWA Appliances; pantry doors, louvered bathroom doors, The Door Store; dining room lights, bedoom pendant light, Lamp Cage; table, Crate & Barrel; chairs, Design Republic; sunroom chairs, floor lamp, bedroom rug, girls' bedroom bedding, Ikea; tub, Caml-Tomlin; ensuite vanity, Toronto Vanity; principal bedroom bedding, Anthropologie; ram head, CB2; ; rug, The Rug Company at Avenue Road; lamp, HomeSense; boy's bedroom beds, bedding, Ikea.
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