Monday 3 August 2015

A Monochrome Interior In a Stunning Toronto Home

A design company with a love of fashion, art and architecture, create a stylish interior for a Toronto residence.

Describing their style as; "chic & edgy interior spaces that exceed expectations", 'The Design co' have truly excelled in the design of this Toronto home. When working with monochrome colours there needs to be a lot of thought put into the furnishing and decorative accessories to avoid it looking cold or uninviting. With this project, warmer textures such as velvet and sheepskin against black leather make it look inviting. Combining black with light coloured linen in other furniture, adds a sense of warmth. A touch of gold to a black and white palette definitely adds glamour and sophistication. Rich wooden floors also help to warm up a monochrome scheme.

Above: Black and white photography is timeless and can make a wonderful feature on white walls. I used black and white photography to enhance the walls in my hallway

Above: Dark leather needs to be warmed up, the designers have introduced warmth with a sheepskin cushion and shaggy rug, combined with a rich wooden coffee table. 
Above: The black and white theme continues in the kitchen with a row of black and white transfer plates at the top of the cabinet
Above: Contemporary table meets traditional chairs for an eclectic look
Above: Glamour and symmetry in the bedroom
Photography by Lisa Petrole

Monochrome interiors are growing on me and when combined with some natural wood and textures it seems to come together wonderfully.


  1. Hi Lee, I do like this home though i think it's a tad formal for me, but i love the blush accents and also the kitchen is to die for. ...Dreaming of a new kitchen!

    1. It is formal and glamorous and I agree the kitchen is to die for.


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