I was searching through real estate listings yesterday and I came across this really unique loft in the west end of Toronto. This unit is located at 24 Noble St . I was so impressed with the styling that I decided to share it on the blog. The building is an old factory that dates back to 1910 and is now luxury loft spaces. The owner used new and vintage pieces to furnish the space. I think it achieves the perfect mix of mid-century and modern.
Don’t you just love all of the natural wood elements? I’m not usually a fan of orange, but it works so well with all of the neutrals in the space. Check out the woven area rug, exposed brick and architectural coffee table.
Love the exposed timber beams and electrical piping.The industrial art work above the dinning room table contrasted with the feminine glass chandelier is very unexpected.The suspended pocket door is a neat way to divide the room. I also love how the artwork is displayed on the nightstand.
Again, a fantastic piece of artwork hung above the bath tub. This ultra modern bathroom is a luxury in such an old historic building. Interested in buying this beauty? The condominium is represented by Avryll McNair of the Bosley Real Estate Brokerage. Something tells me that this one may go fast !
The beautiful photographs are by Virtual GTA- Photography-Video and Corporate Films