835 square feet of interior space is not much room for the average Canadian home, so the architect's goal was to make the interior seem and feel roomier than it actually is.
For this they used special materials and colors that allowed them to add freshness and sensuality to the interior in addition to the main purpose.
The space was enlarged largely due to the glass wall that separates the courtyard from the living room. It makes the interior visually more spacious, while adding more natural light to the house.
Particularly nice to have such a wall in the winter, when snowy cold days and nights you can see all the splendor of the season, but at the same time the room is warm and cozy.
The main gamma is done in white and gray shades. The floor is usually made of laminate or tile (bathroom). And we can't forget the wooden staircase, which, despite its age, faithfully serves its owners.
As a result of the repair it became even more beautiful and shiny, although no major changes have occurred.