Don’t judge a book by its cover and don’t judge a house from its exterior look. This is what we can learn from a house located in the Bloor West Village in Toronto. This is the home of a 96-year-old Toronto resident who is going to sell her two-storey home.
From the outside, the house look like a normal home of the 1940s, but from inside, it completely portrays a different story that even her neighbours had no idea about. The most interesting thing about this home is that the interior of the home has not changed for more than 72 years. It is gorgeously decorated in the 1950s and 1960s style from the floor to ceiling and will surely steal your heart at a single glance. With metallic wallpaper, pastel decorations, modern baroque prints, colorful carpeting, amazing lighting, and stunning style, this house look like a set of a pristine palace.
The most surprising thing about this 96-year-old lady, a former seamstress is that she never received any professional training in interior decoration but has always been passionate about designing her home and always listened to her heart whenever she chose anything. Despite her age, she has managed to keep every corner of her home in pristine and well-maintained conditions with the help of her family. In an interview with HGTV, she claimed that she has always tried to be an individual and follow her own style for the interior decoration of her home.
Just take a tour of this beautiful and incredible house below:
1 The exterior of the home
Located in the Bloor West Village of West Toronto, this home looks like any normal building of 1940’s, however, what lies behind that door is something simply stunning.