The Limitless design company which has given the Rosedale Home in Toronto a new look and feel was started in 1980. It started off as a furniture company for high end furniture based in Holland, gradually growing into the Limitless brand after working closely with another design house, the Ama-D Soulful Design. The Limitless design team is made up of exceptionally talented and brilliant designers from China, Netherlands and Italy. The design team focuses on creating ergonomic products after a lot of research and scouting for raw materials. The Limitless design house also works in close association with German and Italian professional institutes in the field of technology. They have managed to obtain more than 100 patents for product designs for the European and the US countries.
The versatile style applied by Limitless while doing up the Rosedale home stands as a great testimony of their furniture genre, which is not just confined for modern architecture. They are able to blend in with different style venues and architecture. For instance, they have used the wenge colored wood for the George bed in the master bedroom, which comes with light wood flooring. There is a quiet movement in this sophisticated and modern shape with its classic cream leather and shallow quilt detailing in upholstery.
George nightstands flank the bed on either side with functional drawer and fluid design style. With the addition of an Eyres vanity desk paired with a dolphin side chair, the whole assembling easily melts into the classic lines of the vanity in playful details of the chair. On the raised nook of the bedroom, there is a comfortable Spider Pheobe in punch color and soft textured in Alacantra defining. This makes for a very playful mix without disturbing the balance of the room. For the perfect complement to the light flooring, the Lois floor lamp in birch rests behind the plush spider phoebe.
For the guest bedroom, Limitless carries the monochromatic theme right through in shades of stone as a contrast to the espresso wood flooring. The shallow quilted detailing in soft upholstery for the Herman bed gives the room an illusion of larger space. There is a defined seating area in the window nook with a clover table and Eyres swivel chair for comfortable viewing and dimension.
The cool texture of tile flooring in the kitchen and breakfast area was given a warming up, with the addition of a stone colored micro fiber skin on the table top and legs of a Koren table. The table is made of polyester fabric ideal for heavy traffic and is durable. Its cleaning maintenance is also easy, while a Jeno chair gives the slight touch of modernity to the whole area. This small space becomes highly functional whether for dining or just gaming around.
The media room has been given a very luxurious and modern feel with additions of Bird Nest chairs with stuffed feather cushions. These chairs have been set in tiered layers for a more spacious look and sophisticated functioning.