The Toronto house that Meghan Markle rented while she was filming for the TV series Suits is now for sale for $1.4 million.
The 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom home, which also has a two-car garage, was bought in 2007 for $508,000 by stylist and fashion editor Elizabeth Cabral and her husband Kevin O’Neill, reports The Telegraph.
According to Daniel Freeman, broker with Freeman Real Estate where the home is listed, many are interested in the property. While the home attracts through its stylish design and convenient location in the safe and inclusive Seaton Village, the fact that Meghan Markle’s fiancée, Prince Harry, also spent time there holds a certain fascination.
A Los Angeles native, Markle tried to fight homesickness by bringing a bit of that fabulous Californian lifestyle into Canada. If you want to achieve a similar aesthetic, we’ve chosen some key elements that you can incorporate into your own home right now:
Ms Markle seems to be a fan of the casual and relaxed Californian interior design and recreated the feeling in her Toronto home by opting for a collection of patterns in different scales.
To fight off those chilly Canadian winters, Markle made use of furry throws – another Californian statement piece – to give her home a cozy, warm vibe.
Big-scale landscape paintings, portraits and photographs are a fantastic addition to obtain that eclectic California vibe, and Meghan seems to have plenty of them in her home far away from home.
While incorporating these elements is a terrific way to channel that breezy, outdoorsy Californian vibe, Ms Markle stuck to the real thing, and brought nature closer to her, by adding potted plants as a bold statement to her already fabulous home.
If you want to take a closer look, you can find even more pictures of the spacious property on Point2 Homes.
Original article published by telegraph.co.uk.
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