In this three-part series, see the top-to-bottom renovation of designer Shirley Meisels 1960s home in midtown Toronto.

Suzanne Dimma talks to Shirley about her home’s stunning second floor renovation. See how the designer transformed the bedrooms from dated and dark to bright and playful for the whole family. Plus, discover how she gave each bathroom a unique finishing touch!

A generous landing hallway at the top of the stairs makes a grand first impression. Black-painted doors lead to the four bedrooms, three of which are kids’ rooms. One of the girl’s rooms is soft and nature-inspired, with flowers and shades of sea foam and pink, while her other daughter’s room is more preppy. Their bathrooms are Pinterest-worthy with heart-shaped tiling on the floor. The boys’ room was transformed into a cool hangout space with a sophisticated vibe. Shirley’s black and white master bedroom is dramatized with large pillows and a black dividing wall. Bold design moves continue into the master bathroom where a mosaic tile wall makes a statement.

See more of this home in Behind The Scenes Part 1: A Modern Kitchen Makeover and Behind The Scenes Part 3: A Main Floor Makeover That Wows.