Two Toronto designers transform their century-old townhouse into a stylish masculine retreat.
Malcolm Patterson and Rodney Smith know a thing or two about style. As design afficionados who work with private clients, dress windows
for top retailers and contribute their expertise to TV shows (you can see Malcolm's work on HGTV's Pure Design
, hosted by Style at Home
contributing design editor Samantha Pynn), these guys have the inside scoop on where to shop and how to pull it all together. They've embraced their own open-concept small space
and created a mood of high style while maintaining the comforts of home. Carefully pairing luxe elements with some real deals from the local antique market brings an eclectic feel to their space. Entrance
Everyone needs a chair when putting on boots or shoes. Malcolm and Rodney were drawn to the humour in this artwork. Viewed up close, the oversize piece is pointilistic; it's only when you stand back that the image reveals itself.