When homeowners Grant and Christine purchased their 1920s west end Toronto home, the traditional closed-off layout lacked the flow and ease they craved in a modern home. It had good bones, so they decided to open up the walls on the main floor, and transform the unused third floor attic into a beautiful principal bedroom and ensuite. The result is a contemporary and thoughtfully laid out home that suits the growing family. “With space at a premium, transforming the attic into a principal retreat while maintaining the original character of the home gave us the best of both worlds,” says Christine.
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