Explore these eight Toronto factory spaces converted into inspiring homes. The results are anything but mass-produced living ideas.
Toronto’s former industrial spaces are getting new leases on life. Here’s a look at eight warehouse and factory spaces converted to homes. The results of these renovations are easy-on-the-eyes.
Coastal-style furnishings and several coats of white paint soften this former factory space’s old industrial bones. The result of the renovation is an open concept loft full of light, art and comfort.
Jason Halter of Wonder Inc. executed this factory space conversion for an artist in Bloordale. Thanks to the factory renovations, the now split level home is defined by unique design solutions.
How a pair of art aficionados converted a downtown hard loft into a comfortable live-in gallery. Step inside and up to the mezzanine. There you will discover how the couple’s unique style is spread across multiple levels.
How Toronto furniture designer Jason Dressler and his family applied budget-smarts to their once down-and-out factory space. The west end home is engaging and the decor may inspire shopping local.
Cliff Smith of Augustus Jones in Toronto converted an old canning factory in southern Ontario into an idyllic getaway residence. Take the tour – the result of the reno is a truly inspired space.
Studio Junction defies conventional wisdom about how warehouses converted to homes in Northern climates should look — and feel. Step inside the Courtyard House and see what we mean.
Its manufacturing days are behind it, but this loft space, home of Anony co-founder Christian Lo and Fraser Greenberg, owner of Milky’s and marketing director for Relative Space, is still a hub of creative activity. Click here to take the tour.