Downtown is renowned for its beautiful industrial lofts that tend to combine the modern with the classic design style that is so unique to the city. While this stylish loft townhouse in the neighborhood does not embrace any industrial overtones it sure charms you with its smart usage of available space and proximity to the bustling English Bay.
At the heart of this space on the lower level is the with metallic wires that add to its distinct silhouette. The smart staircase instantly captures your attention and offers textural and visual contrast.
Warm wooden panels exposed concrete walls large sliding glass doors and plush decor ensure that there is ample textural contrast throughout the house. With the distant sea acting as the backdrop the open living area kitchen and dining space are indeed a visual delight!
Heavy wooden surfaces natural stone and elegant calming hues were brought in to give the home this distinct fusion of styles. While vivid Moroccan rugs still hold sway in the living area the rest of the home keeps pops of color to a bare minimum.
A large opening above the kitchen allows light to filter through from the top floor even as the inimitable Tom Dixon Copper pendant lights add a bright metallic glint to the space. Long corridors double up as storage space with built-in shelves and hidden cabinets while an ergonomic home office is tucked away in the rear.
There is absolutely no doubt that mid-century modern design trends have made a grand comeback in the last few years. We have already showcased ways in which you can embrace this revitalized style with modern flair and obviously there is no shortage of decor options that bring in the mid-century modern appeal.
The house is a stunning example of modern architecture and peaceful island living. It was designed and built to fulfill the wishes of a young Vancouver couple with two children. Nothing is too complicated inside.