Modern Downtown High Rise

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“Modern with Refined Vintage Influences”

Before & After

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The vision for this high rise residence was refined downtown living with a dash of quirkiness. Softer tones of neutral colors not only bring a sophisticated aesthetic but also opens the space up and allows for unique touches and features to shine through. Vintage influences can be seen in the construction of the furniture as well as the bold yet discriminating accent choices. A blend of natural tones from wood grain and stone to textured treatments adorn the residence and provides the foundation for accents of vibrant and solid blues and yellows.

The wall paper textured master bedroom provides the background and framing for the entire room and creates a relaxing and calming atmosphere. The Venetian plaster walls in the living room and dining room are equally as relaxing and sets the tone for the entire space. Stainless steel details throughout the condo reflect the blue hues while espresso stained mahogany cabinets provide the contrast between the walnut oil-finished hardwood floors and beautiful stone counter tops. The elegant copper, blue and grey patterned tiles in the kitchen’s new back splash takes the vibrancy and intensity of the marble and hardwood and runs with it. Light dancing off of the metallic finish on the tiles provides a sheen that is striking from every angle and naturally amplifies the brightness in the kitchen.

Every carefully selected furnishing is designed to be comfortable, functional and chic. A perfect backdrop for entertaining a few friends or relaxing after a long day.


“I really needed a whole new look for my highrise residence and I brought in Komal and the team at Spaces Designed to help design a home that better suited my lifestyle. I wanted a sophisticated and modern atmosphere with some vintage accents. Spaces Designed did an amazing job capturing not just my vision but so much more. Now my home has character and I am always happy to bring friends over for dinner and a bottle of wine.” -Kyle Adam