A White Palette Wows In This Bright Toronto Loft
Homeowners Elizabeth Dyer, artist and co-owner of the shop Advice From A Caterpillar, and Peter Smith give us a tour of their serene, three-storey loft that takes cues from designers Michelle Lloyd Bermann and Christine Ralphs. See how the two creatives added their own style to the unique space using a white palette.
The homeowners started by brightening the backdrop with white walls and pale flooring. The first floor features the master bedroom and bathroom, as well as a small bedroom with a skylight that’s built into the stairwell. The second floor boasts an open-concept dining room and living area. Elizabeth and Peter furnished the space with easy-to-clean, kid-friendly pieces like butterfly chairs and a canvas rug. In the kitchen, large doors open up to the back garden and terrace, making entertaining easy. The third floor is an all-white studio space, which has tons of natural light thanks to a row of skylights.
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Release Date: August 11, 2017
Featuring: Elizabeth Dyer, Peter Smith
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