From the outside, this Globe and Mail featured home in Rosedale, an upscale neighbourhood in Toronto, is in line with its heritage-protected aesthetic, but inside it's anything but.
Architect John O'Connor of Basis Design Build gutted the traditional home and designed a thoroughly modern space, including this sleek kitchen.
White walls, stone floors and deeply-stained walnut doors create a unified look that screams modern, but retains some warmth. I love the stainless appliances and backsplash which matches perfectly with the stools.
While super modern is not my favourite look for a kitchen, I think if you're going to go modern than this is the way to go!