I have a couple more projects from Lux Design for your viewing pleasure. This first one in black, grey and white is really stylish. It is a small condo that called for smart use of an every-day dining space. A console table serves as a desk and is pulled out as a dining table when entertaining.
Toronto interior design firm Lux Design creates modern, boutique-hotel type spaces that are understatedly luxurious and sophisticated. They know exactly what they are doing when it comes to small condos and making multi-purpose spaces. With this first project Lux Design was asked for a gender-neutral colour palette and was required to create several zones from an awkward elongated room. LOVE the grey, white and yellow scheme they selected.
They call it "Industrial Williamsburg/Adirondack/Cowboy Sensibility". I call it cool. Would you believe this is a Brooklyn townhouse? Hell no. Better still it's a B&B and there is even a log cabin out back. Time to pack the bags, check in and soak up the hipster vibes. Welcome to Urban Cowboy B&B.
Seen in the June/July issue of Belle magazine and admired, no more like greedily coveted, Fairbairn Rd House by Inglis Architects. Open plan, restrained palette, beautiful light, repetitive brick pattern facade and the warmth of wood. Casual, stylish, pared back, modern.
Photography by Derek Swalwell.