Living room of contributor Sophie Young's childhood home in Toronto with mint walls, wood floor, white sofa, gold framed mirror and pink chairs

A comfortable accessible family home in Toronto.  This home was featured on Vogue's website...apparently the home where contributor and blogger Sophie Young grew up. A very warm home a mix of old and new.  The home sits in a residential neighborhood in the center of Toronto.  It was an abandoned property before Sophie's parents took it over and made it their own.

A safe, stylish, fresh, personal, unpretentious space to raise a family. The decorating style combines old and new quite seamlessly along with a little whimsy in the form of color and art.  Well done.  Take a look.

Exterior of contriburtor Sophie Young's childhood home

Dining room in contributor Sophie Young's childhood home with Queen Anne chairs upholstered in red and white floral print, a fireplace with white Moroccan lanterns on the mantel and a large gilded mirror
Queen Anne chairs were found and upholstered in a red and white floral print in the dining room (above)

Kitchen in contributorSophie Young's childhood home with black and white striped floor, red island and stainless appliances
Black and white stripe floors and a red kitchen island make bold statements in this family kitchen (above)

Pink master bedroom in contributor Sophie Young's childhood home with a white fireplace, pink and white gingham sofa and x-bench
This is the master bedroom and it is pink - Sophia's dad let her mom go with a traditionally feminine color in their bedroom (above)

Master bath and mirrored walk in closet in contributor Sophie Young's childhood home
Master bath with mirrored walk in closet. (above) contributor Sophie Young's blue bedroom in her childhood home
Sophie's room in shades of blue (above)
This is the type of home great for raising a family and for entertaining loved ones.  A personal space with warm design appeal.

What do you think of this Canadian home?

Happy Wednesday!


Photos: Vogue


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