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Get the Look: A Crisp, Minimalist Bathroom in North Toronto

Three takeaways from Atelier Kastelic Buffey’s slice of spa-like heaven in North Toronto

By Designlines
Photography by Arash Moallemi

AKB architects added sloping roof windows to this jaw-dropping, 925-square-metre home in North Toronto to draw in maximum sunlight. The bathroom might be be the best place in the house to soak up some rays (while soaking in the tub). Thanks to its floor-to-ceiling marble wall, the spa-like retreat practically sparkles in the daytime. Here are three ways to get the look at home.

The Tiles: 

Laminam marble slabs (300 cm x 100cm) in Naturali Bianco Statuario Venato with a matte finish, from Stone Tile.

The Tub:

60” Cube tub by Wetstyle, from Ginger’s

The Stool: 

Riva 1920 stool from Italinteriors


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