Talo Studios introduces Japandi elements to historic Montreal house

Talo Studios has renovated a house in Montreal that’s almost 100 years old, drawing on Scandinavian and Japanese influences for the interiors.

Located on Grey Avenue, in a residential area on the southern side of Mount Royal, the project embodies Japandi – the trend for interiors that are a hybrid of Japanese and Scandinavian style.

A bright sitting room at the front of the house

This renovation was for a sibling of Talo Studios founder Tiina Vahtola, who drew from their shared upbringing in northern Ontario and the family’s Finnish heritage.

“The key attribute to this design was

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