Get To Know The Best Interior Design Projects In Toronto => Toronto is Canada’s largest city and a world leader in such areas as business, finance, technology, entertainment, and culture. Its large population of immigrants from all over the globe has also made Toronto one of the most multicultural cities in the world. Home to brilliant interior designers such as Elizabeth Metcalfe, Ferris Rafauli, and Laura Stein, Toronto is a city full of hidden interior design gems. Without further ado, let’s have a look at our picks for the best interior design projects in Toronto!
#1 – Lawrence Circle by Coe Mudford Interior Design
Nestled in the heart of the city, this home is located in one of Toronto’s most sought-after neighborhoods. Upon entering, you are encased by beautiful full-height wall paneling which pops against the contrasting marble floor. Exotic wood, luxurious stone, and refined finishes were all hand-selected to give the home a unified feel. Coe Mudford Interior Design prides itself on its distinctive interiors and exquisite attention to detail, creating the ultimate modern spaces fit for a variety of tastes.
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#2 – La Banane by Mason Studio
To Chef and Owner Brandon Olsen, the banana is an emblem of happiness. This sentiment is the driver for the interior design experience of the 1,800sq. ft. Toronto west-end restaurant. When the past and the future mingle, it happens at La Banane under nouvelle futuristic pop with hallmarks of classic bistro-style dining. It is where contemporary art and rich textures create an environment to support the food concept of classic but decidedly modern French-inspired cuisine. By Mason Studio, of course.
#3 – Pick 6ix by Kroeze Interieur
Pick 6ix, Drake’s restaurant in Toronto, is a cross between a casual restaurant, upscale lounge, and sports bar, where the prices are around $50 per person. Pick 6ix is a partnership between Drake’s record label Ovo and Montreal chef Antonio Park’s restaurant group. Contributing to a lounge vibe, Pick 6ix has a wall of champagne and serves sake and cocktails from Montreal barman Lawrence Picard. Talking about the inside, the bathroom’s restaurant was designed by Kroeze Interieur, and it features Maison Valentina’s Symphony freestanding!
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The Symphony freestanding draws inspiration from music, being wrapped by a polished brass tubular structure that resembles the tubes of an organ. Handcrafted with the finest materials, it sits on a high gloss black varnish base and, to complement, the sink is made of Nero Marquina marble, giving it a genuine style, ensuring mystery and elegance in any luxury bathroom.
#4 – Pink Tartan by Burdifilek
Pink Tartan is known for elevated wardrobe essentials with attention to detail and the use of tech fabrics engineered to fit and flatter a woman’s figure. The brand emphasizes a focus on the intersection between fashion and function. For its store in Toronto, Burdifilek‘s design team worked together to transcend trends; fluidly blending a distinctive design vision with trademark elegance and polish.
#5 – Jackman House by Superkul Inc
Superkul Inc has a broad portfolio of project types, ranging from single-family housing to larger-scale commercial and institutional work and master planning. Located in Toronto’s historic Playter Estates neighborhood, Jackman House is a love letter to the brick craftsmanship that characterizes much of this east-end residential enclave as well as a contemporary intervention that reimagines the “stately family home” typology.
#6 – Goop by Yabu Pushelberg
Designed by local firm Yabu Pushelberg, the temporary 1,300 square-foot (121-square-metre) shop has been built in an existing store, which the studio has softened with a decor that is reflective of a cozy home, with numerous tables, plants and rugs. Coloring the store are cream walls and soft pink curtains, which drape down to accentuate high ceilings and make the space more intimate and inviting. Founded in 2008, Goop is the brainchild of American actress and businesswoman Gwyneth Paltrow. In addition to selling products, it also offers travel and wellness tips in the form of an online publication.
#7 – Forest Hill Century Home by Elizabeth Metcalfe
There’s a delicate balance in honoring a century-old home’s past and redefining it for a modern family’s lifestyle. With care and respect, Elizabeth Metcalfe accepted the challenge and designed a home that feels relevant for its newest reincarnation. Sunlit and shadowy; classic and contemporary, this home resonates a beauty that was part of its original charm. The formal Living Room combines definitive modern silhouettes within a traditional envelope. It exudes luxury without being pretentious or unapproachable.
#8 – Drake’s Manor House by Ferris Rafauli
Canadian mega-star and worldwide hip hop sensation, Aubrey Drake Graham, better known as Drake, trusted his 50,000 square feet renovation into the hands of the esteemed Canadian architectural and interior designer Ferris Rafauli. The result? A marvel of old-world craftsmanship, constructed of limestone, bronze, exotic woods, and other noble materials. Every detail of the over-the-top property has been meticulously conceived and executed, featuring both luxury furniture design as well as highly collectible gallery pieces.
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#9 – Summerhill Condo by Camden Lane Interiors
The studio offers creative design solutions to clients in the Toronto Area, guaranteeing a stress-free process from start to finish. With extensive experience in residential projects, Camden Lane Interiors’ main focus is developing amazing interiors with their signature luxurious and contemporary design style. Beautiful, isn’t it?
#10 – Residential Project by Laura Stein
Laura Stein Interiors is an award-winning firm that fully embodies the empowerment of women in the design industry. This top design studio led by interior designer Laura Stein opened its doors in 2006 and has been producing amazing and exclusive interiors for private luxury homes ever since. Each design is uniquely personal, yet always infused with Laura’s signature sense of fresh, understated luxury.