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At the Gallery Retreat modernity meets rustic warmth

This art collector’s striking residence features a cascading two-storey chandelier and shots of dramatic marble and warm wood cabinetry. Sculptural pendant lighting and vibrant accents are offset by a classic white palette and clean sight lines, allowing the carefully curated artwork and antiques to take centre stage.


  • 3,500 ft² Residence
  • Toronto, ON
  • 2 Floors
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • David Small Architect

“The vision of this home is one where art and architecture, along with modern and historic influences coexist harmoniously.”


A space to live and showcase your art collection

Modern architecture gives a nod to more historical finishes throughout the home, such as wall paneling, plaster details, antique furniture and rugs, in a modern architectural haven.

Material Highlights

Statement features in this residence include stained wood ceilings, a stunning two-story chandelier, and antique furniture and rugs. Subtler elements such as wall panelling and plaster details, along with natural materials like walnut for the cabinetry and white and grey marble make every aspect of this home special.

“Having natural stone in all the key areas of the home kept the spaces feeling warm and incredibly luxurious at the same time.”


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