Interior Design Trends: Letting In The Light
Light And Airy Interiors Top Designer Brian Gluckstein’s For Health-Conscious Homeowners.
Bastions of health and wellness. That’s how Brian Gluckstein’s clients began to think of their homes during two years of pandemic restrictions. But even as health and travel rules have eased, that mindset hasn’t changed, says the renowned interior designer and owner of Toronto-based Gluckstein Design Planning Inc. whose latest project is 89 Avenue Yorkville, a luxury residential building by Armour Heights Developments.
The quality of the building is amazing. The level of detail in the public spaces and the suites is really quite unbelievable. We’re putting so much detail into the lobby and then all the common areas in the building. We’re pushing the envelope as far as the quality of the finishes, the design details, whether it’s suite entrances, lobbies, the pool, the car drop-off area – it’s all extremely luxurious, probably one of the most luxurious buildings in Toronto. The light wood floors in taupes and blondes, featured in the units of 89 Avenue Yorkville, are current interior decor trends.