Enhancing natural aesthetics and combine it into home interiors, are the ultimate goal of Toronto designer Lisa Ferguson, when she created this personalized dream home. Formerly a great combination between the client's lifestyle and tastes, Lisa and her team strive to enhance the way each clients wants to live. Translating it into a transitional design that boasts natural beauty, customized furnishings and elements provides a personalized feel while making the best of each spaces. Have a tour on this transitional home design:
A custom contemporary brass shelf along with unique white table promotes aesthetic feel to the space. Furnished in golden palette, the combination with wood lounge chair creates rich textures and balanced at once. Just like the rest of the house, no space is left unfurnished and escape natural beauty that reflects the client's taste.
This transitional home has soft and seamless boundary in combining various elements. In this case, an Asian inspired drawer made one beautifully in this Eastern inspired vignette. A sense of originality and in this house has been done remarkably by contemporary details to enhance the beauty. To complete this space, a brass lamp join elements just as well.
Natural lights give this dining a vibrant feel, while a sparkling chandelier above enhance luxury, day and night. Against the warm wood accent, are life greens to attract visuals. Fit up to ten people, this dining provides beauty as well as comfort as done by the tufted dining chairs, two unique wooden chairs to show uniqueness.
|An abstract floral painting brings the springtime feel to the space, while fuse beautifully with the life greens mounted on cute vases. The walnut table and sideboard are custom made, and so as the linen tufted chairs.|
|The wall hosts many frames and pictures of various sizes and shapes, with each frames customized in style.|
|Custom built book shelf are on each sides of the fireplace, gives a slightly different feel.|
|The brass coffee table, fresh landscape painting, and custom wood sofa are a feast for the senses.|