\n\n\n\nThe West Side Bungalow Project \n\nClick here to see more pictures of The West side Bungalow Project\n\n\n\n\nThe Oliver Project- eQ Homes \n\n Click here to see more pictures of The Oliver Project\n\n\nHighlights Include: (Kitchen, Dining Room, Living Room, Office, Bedrooms, Basement) \nThe Blakely Project- Glenview Homes \n\n\nClick here to see more pictures of The Blakely Project\n\n\n\nProject Down By The River\nClick here to see more pictures of Project Down by the River\n\nProject Bounce Off The Walls\n\nClick here to see more of Project Bounce Off the Walls\n\nHighlights Include: (kitchen, Master bathroom, powder room)\n\nThe Lake Muskoka Project\n\n Click here to see more of the Lake Muskoka Project \n\n\nHighlights Include: (kitchen, Dining room, living room, sunroom)\n\nThe Karlsson Project\n\n Click here to see more of the Karlsson Project \n\n\nHighlights include: (living room, den, basement bar, closet)\nThe Karlsson Project, what a dream! High fashion elements sprinkle this home in each room while still providing the comfort, relaxation and that homey feeling we all try to achieve. Rich textures, brassy finishes, porcelain marble, and custom millwork lend interest to each beautiful space. \n \nHN Homes Riverside South Project\n\n Click here to see more of the HN Riverside South Project \n\n\nHighlights include: (kitchen, master bathroom, main bath, powder room)\nThis project was a pure delight to collaborate on. Our client's stylistic sensibilities were on point! The environment is filled with rich textures, sleek materials, and gold accents! West of Main in collaboration with our client glamorized this HN Townhome. It is a true reflection of our clients love affair with high fashion elegant design, from the marble tile floors to the dramatic depth of the powder room walls, every direction you look has been thoughtfully designed. \n \nCrossing Bridge Project\n\n Click here to see more of the Crossing Bridge Project \n\n Highlights Include: (living room, dining room)\nOur team selected timeless finishes from the white cabinetry to the hexagon marble fireplace tile surround and hearth. With a classic foundation we then introduced new elements such as drapery, custom built-ins, and updated furniture and fixtures, providing this living space with a refreshed look. This added an extra layer of warmth that would carry through the monochromatic tones of blue, black, white and as we like to say greige. Designs made to last lifetimes. \n \nThe Rosewood Project - eQ Homes\n\n Click here to see more of the Rosewood Project \n\n\nHighlights Include: (Guest Bedroom, Main Bathroom, Den, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Master Bedroom, Ensuite)\nWest of Main worked with EQ Homes to design, furnish and style this fresh model home, which was recently nominated for a national award! From designing custom millwork with Deslaurier Cabinets, to selecting all interior finishes, lighting, furniture and decor pieces, West of Main designed a warm and comfortable home that is a youthful and cultured take on the classic farmhouse style. \n \nThe Alder Project - eQ Homes\n\n Click here to see more of the Alder Project \n\n\n \n Highlights Include: (Office, Main Bathroom, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Master Bedroom, Ensuite)\nWest of Main partnered with eQ Homes to design, furnish and style this model home. From selecting all interior finishes to supplying lighting, furniture and decor pieces, West of Main designed a bright and welcoming home that is an eclectic take on the mid-century modern style. All design decisions were thoughtfully and intentionally made to create a layered home with a warm and desirable atmosphere.\n \nPROJECT LANSDOWNE CONDO \nClick here to see more home decor ideas from the Lansdowne Condo project.\n\n\nHighlights include: (kitchen, dining room, bathroom, living room)\nThis condo was designed for a young couple having a hard time visualizing their space, making the right finishing choices, and deciding how to style their condo knowing that this would not be their forever home. We needed to keep in mind that this was going to be an investment and focus on the resale potential of the condo. We were able to attend their design centre meetings with Minto and helped them decide which areas to invest in and where to save in terms of upgrades. We knew they wanted something fresh and modern including bright white and grey tones. \n \nMANOTICK SUNROOM INTERIOR DESIGN \nClick here to see more home decor ideas from the Sunroom Interior Design project. \n \n\n\n\nHighlights include: (sunroom, dining area, reading nook)\nThe overlapping of natural textures plays a vital role in the composition of this space. Unique open areas are connected with refined earthy materials and West of Main was able to curate collectables from the owner's travels and add them throughout the design. The existing stone walls which enclose the room are offset with several large, bay windows. The main windows open to a scenic view of lush trees and are framed with a rich wood casing. In order to accent the natural essence of this space, West of Main selected a porcelain hexagon tile that mimics the look of old world terracotta flooring. \n \nBARRHAVEN TOWNHOME KITCHEN INTERIOR DESIGN \nClick here to see more of the Townhome Kitchen Interior Design project\n\nHighlights include: (kitchen, dining room, powder room, living room) \nThis design embodies the client’s love of adventure and natural sensibilities.This project is a perfect example to showcase the fact that you do not have to change the layout nor replace all of the pre-existing elements to give your kitchen a dramatic new look. \n \nWESTBORO INFILL INTERIOR DESIGN\nClick here to see more of the Westboro Infill Interior Design project.\n\n\nHighlights include: (Westboro infill project; master bathroom, closet, kids bath, staircase, entrance, kitchen \u0026amp; wine cellar)\nThe client’s dream was to create a modern and warm home that is easy to clean. Their top priorities were the kitchen, bath \u0026amp; closet designs, especially the closet! With high ceilings throughout, West of Main decided to accentuate the vertical lines and play with the change in colour as daily light moves across the home. The effect is most noticeable in the kitchen whereby flanking the stove with two vertical backsplash bands of tile, it appears to be a different tile throughout the day.\n \nRIVERSIDE CONDO- MASTER BEDROOM \u0026amp; CLOSET INTERIOR DESIGN \nClick here to see more of the Master Bedroom Ideas showcased in this project\n\n\nHighlights include: (Master Bedroom + Closet)\nThe interior design of Project Riverside is full of beautiful master bedroom ideas. The material palette is abundant in rich tones and textures. The decor fuses dark tints (found in the wallpaper and millwork), with weightless bed linens. The buff hues in the custom headboard and bedding create a natural sense of warmth in the space, inviting you into the refined setting. West of Main combined multiple natural materials to create an interior design which feels exotic and cozy at the same time. The dark hues in the grasscloth flatter the lighter linens, however, its organic texture allows it to stay in tune with the overall decor of the interior. To keep the intimate mood of the space, the ceiling is painted in a rich teal, allowing the wallpaper to blend into the ceiling seamlessly. \n\n \n \nPRESTON HERITAGE HOME DECOR \u0026amp; KITCHEN INTERIOR DESIGN\nClick here to see the Home Design showcased in this project.\n highlights include: (kitchen, dining, staircase \u0026amp; entrance)\nPreserving the heritage ornaments of this home required a team of highly skilled craftsmen and lots of strategic planning. The design is a true reflection of the owner’s personalities, where they have been and where they are going. The colourful kitchen evokes an eclectic vibe while the juxtaposition of modern elements mixed with classic architecture create a timeless sensibility.\n \nNATURAL CHIC KITCHEN INTERIOR DESIGN\n\n Click here to see more of this Kitchen Interior Design project. \n\n\n\nHighlights include: (kitchen, entrance, dining, family \u0026amp; powder rooms)\n\n\nFusing elements from her travels and love for history, Sascha integrated decorative pieces that played on classic architectural ornaments and structure. Traditionally, homes were built with small, enclosed rooms, but modern clients are often interested in removing those barriers to create open spaces that will allow for a better flow of traffic and conversation.\n \nBABY BOY BEDROOM IDEAS\n\n Click here to see more Bedroom Ideas from this project. \n\n\nHighlights include: (e-design kids room)\nThrough West of Main's E-Design Service Sascha was able to provide this lucky little boy with a room he can grow into. West of Main's specialised E-design boards, can easily showcase the style of a room and offer clients a shopping list to source all of the products they will need. \n \nCLASSIC WHITE KITCHEN INTERIOR DESIGN\n\n Click here to see more of this Kitchen Design \n\n\n\nHighlights include: (kitchen)\nHonouring a classic design, West of Main chose the finishes for this white and espresso kitchen. The timeless tumbled marble subway tiled backsplash combined with a 2 cm Ceasarstone Quartz counter (resembling the grey veins of marble), fuses modern lines with classic materials. \n \nRIVERSIDE CONDO INTERIOR DESIGN \n\n Click here to see the Home Design showcased in this project. \n\n\n\nHighlights include: (kitchen + master ensuite)\n The client wished to create a more elegant and functional kitchen space for their family without wasting their existing cabinetry. West of Main was able to accomplish this by perceptively reorganizing the spacial layout and reusing cabinetry to create an 8’ island. Sascha’s eye for complementary tones paired the rich wood of their existing cabinets with a taupe-greige ‘Shaker-style’ door to create a focal point within the bar area.