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The main house was built by architect Stanford White for Simeon Janes in 1888, and it was also owned by William Mackenzie before it was demolished in 1924 in the name of progress and apartment buildings. At more than 3,000 square feet, with ceilings well over 10 feet high, it somehow manages to be grand and cocoon-like at the same time.
Indeed, Koifman uses words such as “my retreat,” and “my sanctuary” to explain how the house grounds her within a hectic schedule shuttling between Toronto and her place in New York’s So Ho district.
“I’m obsessed with Flexform furniture,” she says of the brand of chic, sprawling sectional sofas in the living room and family room, which she purchased at Italinteriors.
“It is so easy to slip the cover off and change the colour and mood.” Not that Koifman goes for much colour.
Public Relations guru Natasha Koifman of NKPR calls her home of seven years, “her sanctuary.” With a story dating back to 1888, the house has been renovated and redesigned in neutral tones, with touchable furniture, eye-catching art and curated floral arrangements that change weekly.