Spaces by Jacflash's Contemporary Queen St Loft- The Bedroom

Spaces By Jacflash recently transformed a large loft in Toronto's Art + Design District. We combined a collection of grey tones to create a more up-to-date feel, mixed it with brass and crystal for touch of glam, along with white fur and cowhide for a sense of luxury. nicole bedroom full


We purchased a velvet, deep grey bed frame, paired it with two metallic, velvet accent pillows, with a velvet quilted bed throw. We chose high-gloss, white, lacquer-finished bedside tables, as they complimented the white wardrobe with brass and acrylic pulls and paired the nightstands with geometric, crystal clear table lamps. The sleeping area of the room was made complete with a crystal chandelier and tropical themed photos from one of our own independent Houseleven photographers.

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This once simple and dull PAX wardrobe from IKEA has now been transformed into a sophisticated wardrobe by merely making the addition of custom, acrylic and brass finished door pulls from Lux Holdups.

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The concept of the large ottoman was inspired by a classic representation of a luxurious walk-in closet. The round, dark grey, suede ottoman from Restoration Hardware highlights the bed frame, and this original, silver spotted, light grey cowhide compliments the metallic in the throw pillows. We loved mixing a variation of textures and materials, so as to create a space that is anything but repetitive or bland.


Spaces by Jacflash wasn't going to allow an empty space by such beautiful, large windows go to waste! We placed a tropical plant on the left side to give the room some life, then on the right, added a small seating nook that is perfect for lounging or reading a good book. We chose a chair that was clean, but that still had interesting textures and CB2's brass framed, graphite, velvet chair did the job well done. We then threw on a white, faux fur to amplify comfort and added a soft, plush foot stool (we especially love the pleat and brass features on this ottoman!), as well as an acrylic nesting table set. The objective of nesting tables are to minimize clutter while maximizing the space of a room. The transparency of the acrylic nesting tables gives the illusion of "flotation" when it comes to the accessories atop. We chose a simple, industrial, brass floor lamp to give it a masculine touch and purchased long, dark grey curtains, with gold rods to match.  We finally finished off the area with a shag rug and fireplace to cozy the room up, how perfect for Toronto's painfully harsh winters?

Interested on upgrading or redesigning your bedroom (or any space!)? Contact the Spaces by Jacflash team

More Info: Spaces By Jacflash offers architectural planning, interior design, and decor. We do everything from designing homes, condos, and commercial spaces to staging, merchandising, closet organization, design and more.


Leyla Kayhan