One Bedford Condo SuiteScandinavian Home Office, Toronto

This apartment was designed in a light, modern Scandinavian aesthetic for a retired couple who divide their time between Toronto and the British Columbia Interior. The suite layout was reconfigured to provide a more open plan without sacrificing areas for privacy. Every opportunity was taken to maximize storage into custom designed cabinetry for an ordered and clean space.
Assisting on this project was interior designer, Jill Greaves. Custom cabinetry fabricated by MCM2001. Home Automation coordinated with Jeff Gosselin at Cloud 9 AV Inc. Photography by Shai Gil.

Design ideas for a small scandinavian study room in Toronto with white walls and a built-in desk. —  Houzz
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larissadavis
Lewisham Interiors added this to Custom-Designed Solutions for Awkward Spaces2 September 2016

“How do I divide up one room to multi-task as a study, library and guest bedroom?”Challenge: One room has to accommodate three functionsSolution: Customisation is the key to maximising the potential of one small room required to cater for so many functions. A sofa bed is more comfortable when it’s custom-made and you specify comfort as a priority (in my experience). A custom sofa bed can also be designed to fit the available space perfectly, and you have the opportunity to select the ideal fabric for the room. Add custom-designed joinery for storage, a desk, and shelving to ensure the space is maximised, usable and organised.

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colinjwatt
colinjwatt added this to back garden11 January 2021

high shelving for things i want but wont access all the time

linda_barbour63
Linda Barbour added this to Linda's ideas30 December 2020

Desk is situated at the window.