The 19th-Century Stone House of Mjölk Founders John and Juli Baker

In a 19th-century stone house outside of Toronto, Mjölk founders John and Juli Baker have created a stunning Scandinavian-inspired family home.

Mjölk is a lifestyle shop and gallery that features works with Scandinavian and Japanese aesthetics. This love for Scandinavia and Japan is definitely visible in their own home.

The home features many stone walls and wood, together with timeless design pieces, many Scandinavian. They even designed their own kakelugn’s which are typical Swedish tiled fireplaces you see so much in the Scandinavian homes that I post on my blog.

In the bathroom the centerpiece is the 200-year-old Carrara marble tub, which comes from a spa in Portugal. This homes is such a beautiful calm space filled with stunning design and natural materials, so lovely!

photography by Juli Baker

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