This house is located in Toronto, Canada. It was built in 1905 and 3 years ago designer Emma Reddington moved there. She was attracted by the design of the house – high ceilings, fireplaces, doors and other details made of wood. She decided to leave some of them and substitute the furniture. Emma chose black and white shades because it’s classics and it doesn’t interfere with perception of the space. Fluffy furniture makes the house very cozy; the living room is one of the best rooms thanks to its fireplace and logs put near it. The black bathroom doesn’t look aggressive because of some details like natural wood seat or flowers on the windowsill. The interiors are calm, full of natural light and modern. It’s a perfect place to bring up the designer’s son Henry.