Inspired by her childhood home in Nova Scotia, designer Miranda Ogilvie fell in love with this Toronto farmhouse’s East Coast-style charm.

After a severe fire in 2009, Miranda was determined to revive the house back to its original bones. By rebuilding the traditional details that she loved so much, and incorporating heirloom pieces and antiques, Miranda was able to create a space with vintage character despite its brand new finishes. Reclaimed wood floors and wooden beams offer a rustic feel, while accessories and a combination of traditional and contemporary furniture bring whimsy and patina to the space. Neutral walls provide the perfect backdrop for the eclectic decor. Miranda also restored the home’s original staircase, and decorated the bedroom with Scandinavian-inspired decor for a soothing, airy vibe.