An industrial loft located in Toronto gets a facelift and turns into a cool modern space.
When Toronto couple James Robertson and Davide Rupiani went shopping for a home, they only had one must-have: walls to display lots of art
. With the help of designers Amy Kent and Ryan Martin of Croma Design, the 1,300 sq.ft. industrial space was turned into a sophisticated modern loft with a splurge-and-save approach, and with a tons of room to display artwork. Kitchen
Designers Amy Kent and Ryan Martin of Croma Design added a custom touch to a glossy white IKEA kitchen
with a CaesarStone counter and travertine tile backsplash. It's a focal point and backdrop for art like Adrienne Veninger's Tree Circle
. Forgoing upper cabinets lends sleek sophistication.