If a home is where the heart is, this Toronto homeowner left her heart in 1943.
From the outside, this seemingly normal home looks like a quaint 1940s building, but the inside tells a completely different story. The 96-year-old owner hasn’t changed the interior of her home for 72 years. With metallic wallpaper, pastel decorations, and modern prints, her two-story home is the perfect 1960s time capsule.
She never received formal training with interior design, but she has always held a fascination with decoration. She has kept her home in pristine condition with the help of her family. The homeowner told HGTV that she has always tried to be an individual and follow her own style. After seeing the pictures below, I couldn’t agree more!
The simple exterior of this Toronto hidden gem.
Behind the front door is this unforgettable entryway.
Her signature style of tone-on-tone colors can be seen in her living room.
The dining room looks like it was taken right out of a movie set!
The kitchen even features a classic, 1950s Moffat stove!
Yes, she even has an adorable breakfast nook!
The master bedroom is stunning. With bold purple hues, you’re sure to feel like royalty in this room!
Let’s hope your guests like pink! Her guest bedroom is covered in bubblegum pink.
And we can’t forget about the basement! According to the homeowner, this is where the fun really happens!
This home is truly remarkable! Make sure you SHARE her amazing story with all your friends on Facebook!