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Aug312009

More from McGill Design Group

About a year ago I blogged about Toronto-based architecture and interior design firm McGill Design Group. Their work is stunningly beautiful, and encompasses their signature style of "modern simplicity firmly grounded in the classics". I got word that they have a new Facebook page with plenty of photos of past works and works in progress. I picked out some of my favourites. The first several are some before and afters of the incredible transformation of a Victorian.


If that wasn't enough eye-candy, here are more photos from random works.

Reader Comments (21)

Ooooh, does anyone recognize the area rug in the last photo? I think I need that for my living room!

31 Aug 2009 | Unregistered CommenterMichelle

it's for sure an incredible change. I think your bulldog would love that bed.
A bientôt
christian

31 Aug 2009 | Unregistered Commenterle banc moussu

Absolutely STUNNING. I love the black and white living room at the beginning of the post. That molding! To die for.

31 Aug 2009 | Unregistered CommenterKrissy

Oh my word. The moldings! Rock. My. World.

Michelle: I've seen similar things at West Elm?

31 Aug 2009 | Unregistered CommenterMagchunk

Oh lord, I am speechless from the change in the first home. I'm gonna check out more of their work right now. Thanks for the tip!

Love the transformation in the 1st photos! Incredibly light, airy design and beautiful colors (or lack thereof) - gorgeous.

31 Aug 2009 | Unregistered Commenter17thandriggs

Wow (Victorian redo)! I know it's a cliche but..."it doesn't look like the same house"...at all. Thanks for the inspiration (as we are about to embark on the living room re-do...)

31 Aug 2009 | Unregistered Commenterwhyioughtta

whyioughtta, Jack told me today that you won't let him tackle any of the work himself. LOL. I told him he should at least be able to have at the stones on the fireplace, since demo is the fun part.

31 Aug 2009 | Unregistered Commenterkim.

They're magic! Great find, thanks for sharing!

Madre Mia! Classy, edgy just the way I like it! Thank you for sharing Kim. I need to check out their website.

31 Aug 2009 | Unregistered CommenterSplendid Willow

I looove that living room from the before and after! Such beautiful floors and so much light!

31 Aug 2009 | Unregistered CommenterDaly Essentials

Gorgeous transformation!
I want a bit of it!
...I might have got an idea...

1 Sep 2009 | Unregistered CommenteriLa

What a transformation. Love it. That grey ceiling is to die for.

1 Sep 2009 | Unregistered Commentermidcenturyjo

Wow! How stunning! I must say this is pretty impressive. This is truly an unbelievable transformation!

The rug in the last picture is Mandala from Madelaine Weinrib in NYC. You can buy her rugs from Y and Co in Toronto.

Lovely looking spaces - one pet peeve: the TV over the fireplace in such a small room. Serious neck ache.

1 Sep 2009 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous

That bedroom is stunning! -carlee

OH my goodness, its not often I completely fall in love but these rooms have me so excited!! WOW thanks for sharing, just gorgeous and livable!!

2 Sep 2009 | Unregistered CommenterCreategirl

Anonymous - thank you.

Too bad I don't live in Toronto. OR NYC, hah, but maybe that's what the internet is for. ;)

2 Sep 2009 | Unregistered CommenterMichelle

Does anyone know where the area rug in the Pic 4 and Pic 5 are from? Please help!!! I love the patterns and the size of the rug!!!

3 Sep 2009 | Unregistered CommenterErika

I love the note board in the kitchen nook. I seriously need to make one of those for my office...

6 Sep 2009 | Unregistered Commentershira

Красота!!!!!! Дизайнеры молодцы!

6 Sep 2009 | Unregistered CommenterConstantin

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