Mcm Home with honey colored wood

Are you a sucker for mid-century modern decor? If so, let’s enjoy this beautiful home in Toronto together.

This bungalow is designed in a 1950’s style and what strikes you from the first sight are the ceilings, they are just amazing! All ceilings are completely clad in honey-colored wood, which sets the mood here.

The oversized living room is spectacular and features multiple conversation areas with creamy and warm furnishings, an exposed brick wall, a built-in fireplace and that gorgeous ceiling. The entrance is separated from the dining area by a half wall that provides a cool divider but still lets in light. The dining area has a stylish glass dining table and mid-century modern chairs, as well as a cool view through a fully glazed wall that can be curtained off at any time if you prefer privacy.

The second living room is centered around another glazed wall to enjoy the view – all comfortable furniture is placed for maximum use. The third living room is more private, with sleek mid-century modern furniture and a full gallery wall of decorative plates – so unusual!

The master bedroom is cream colored with built in storage and an oversized window to the other rooms which may be curtained for privacy. A large home office nook showcases an oversized desk that takes up an entire wall and has many drawers. Would you like more chic rooms from this house? Check out the pictures below!

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