Designers John Baker and Juli Daoust Baker are experts at integrating their love of Scandinavian design into Canadian interiors in an unforced and wholly original way. They’re owners of the Scandi-meets-Japanese housewares shop Mjölk, a longtime Remodelista favorite, and the recently opened Detour Café and Dear Grain in Dundas, a historic town outside of Toronto. Pairing Austrian midcentury furniture with Danish lighting and Swedish accessories, the café interior is an exemplary blend of influences. Here’s a list of resources to pick and choose from the look.
For more from Mjölk see our posts:
- A Scandinavian-Inspired Kitchen with Hints of Japan
- Steal This Look: A Scandi-Meets-Japanese Kitchen in Toronto
- O Canada: Mjölk’s Renovated Scandi-Style Cabin on a Lake
- Steal This Look: A Scandi-Style Kitchen in a Canadian Cabin
- Remodeling 101: Easy Whitewashed Scandi Floors