Andrew Stelmack is an actor, visual artist and writer, and his Toronto loft is an inspiring space filled with an eclectic mix of mid-century vintage finds and his own vibrant artwork. If you like his style, find shopping resources to get the look in your own home below!
Paint colors used in this home:
- Fireplace Mantel — Original: Habitat for Humanity | Similar: Hayneedle
- Matching Credenza — Original: Habitat for Humanity | Similar: Article.
- White chairs: Original — Original: EQ3 | Similar: Overstock.com
- Funky diamond pattern chair — Original: my great grandmother's | Similar: Wal-Mart
- Couch — Original: Ethel | Similar: Joybird
- Area Rug — CB2
- Artwork — Above the couch FIRE AND ICE 1 and 2, above the Fireplace CONUNDRUM by Andrew Stelmack
- Chrome Light — Original:Craigslist | Similar: Lamps Plus
- Glass bowl on coffee table — Original: a gift from my nieces Sarah and Laura, full of memories (sand, stones and shells) from one of my favourite places: Victoria Beach, Manitoba | Similar: Oriental Trading Company
- White retro lamp — Taken from the garbage (someone was throwing it out!) | Similar: Lulu & Georgia
- Hunter Douglas Blinds — Original: Habitat for Humanity | Similar: Hunter Douglas Blinds
- Side Table — Original: Craigslist | Similar: West Elm
- Mid-century Modern coffee table — Original: Craigslist | Similar: AllModern
- Ceiling Light — Original: Habitat for Humanity | Similar: IKEA
- Mid Century Modern Credenza — Believe it or not, a dumpster dive from a pile of junk that a bunch of frat boys were tossing out at the end of the school year! | Similar: West Elm
- Illustrations in white photo boxes on the credenza — Mark Uhre. Andrew writes: "I had to have something in my space from at least one of my many talented friends. Mark’s work is awesome! I often rotate his illustrations now and then in these picture boxes. They are always a gentle reminder of the important things in life or can simply make me smile."
- Removable floor carpet tiles — Original: Habitat for Humanity | Similar: Flor