When John and Juli Baker of Toronto shop Mjölk bought an 1800s farming stone house north of Lake Ontario, it was an impulse. In spite of that fact, the interior came together quite thoughtfully courtesy of their signature Scandinavian-meets-Japanese style (see their city apartment for more). The living area is a warm yet rustic compilation of classic midcentury design, antiques scored at auction, and decor curated from their own selection at Mjölk. Here are the key elements of the look.
Lighting & Furniture
For more spaces designed by John and Juli Baker, see our posts:
- A Scandinavian-Inspired Kitchen with Hints of Japan
- Dark Horse Coffee Automat in Toronto, Designed by Mjölk
- Mjölk Made: A Canadian Cafe Gets a Scandi Revamp from Toronto’s Cult Design Couple
- O Canada: Mjölk’s Renovated Scandi-Style Cabin on a Lake
- A Rolling Spare Room: The Mjölk Shepherd’s Hut, a Quarantine Dream Project