See how a top designer transformed a bungalow basement into a warm modern space with a living room, bathroom, office and laundry zone.
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July 10, 2015
Basement design by Connie Braemer Design, Toronto (416) 960-8556; Living room: millwork, South Park Design Build, Toronto (416) 924-6998; arched lamp, Kiosk, as above; books, 507 Antiques, Toronto (416) 462-0046 or visit www.507antiques.com; large white vase; ivory insect, ebony vessels with lids, candles and candle holders, L’Atelier, Toronto (416) 966-0200; vases on top shelf, bowls, Hollace Cluny, Toronto (416) 968-7894, 1-888-968-7660 or visit www.hollacecluny.ca; Ligne Roset sofa, Kiosk, Toronto (416) 539-9665, (416) 601-1661 or visit www.kioskmobilia.com; taupe pillows, Fluf, Toronto (416-441-3583 or visit www.fluf-design.com; Schumacher red patterned pillow fabric, Bilbrough & Co., Toronto (416) 960-1611 or www.bilbroughs.com; metal bowl, L’Atelier, Toronto (416) 966-0200; red lacquer tray, Shiraleah, call 1-866-503-9765 or visit www.shiraleah.com; susani, Craft on Yonge, Toronto (647) 435-6869.
Office: Desk accessories, South Hill Home, Toronto (416) 924-7224 or www.southhillhome.com; chair, Herman Miller, (416) 366-3300 or www.hermanmiller.com for retailers across Canada; lamps, screen, Decorum Decorative Finds, Toronto (416) 966-6829; linen boxes, Ikea.
Laundry room: Iron, Rowenta, visit www.rowenta.ca for retailers across Canada; House & Home grey towels, The Bay, visit www.hbc.com for store locations across Canada; laundry basket, Scantrade International, call 1-800-361-3659 for retailers across Canada.
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