From an authentic 50’s barbershop to a dynamic Victorian mansion, these extraordinary spaces will fuel the inspiration you need for your next project.
This Victorian Mansion is the God-father of all vintage representations. Located in the second hippest district in the world (according to Vogue Magazine), every room in this space has a unique feel to it. With dynamic ornaments scattered all around, the manor is the ideal caption of an 1800’s authentic Victorian home with a modern-day twist and the perfect space for a themed photo shoot.
Welcome to the land of fun, funky, and bizarre at this eccentric bungalow. Built in the swinging sixties, this bungalow features an indoor pool and sits on 4-acres of endless wilderness which makes this space ideal for photo or video shoots.
Open Concept Rock Loft
Here’s a loft that is bound to attract music junkies. With an arcade machine, lots of cool decorations, and a room that can cater to a mini-concert and events, this space resembles that cool kid basement you used to hang out at during the weekends.
Located in Toronto’s fashion district, this historic 50’s barbershop, has all its original interior including furniture, and props preserved since its beginnings. The shop’s antique fixtures, chairs, and signs make it ideal for short films and photo shoots.
Forest Hill Stone Estate
A genuine aristocrat couldn’t resist such grandeur luxury. This modern Forest Hill stone estate radiates in 3 stories of beautifully decorated interior and precisely structured architecture. Embracing the scenes of many popular TV shows, you don’t want to miss out on a space like this for your future Netflix series TV production.
50’s Theme Diner
Looking for a 50’s theme diner to be the next backdrop in your music video? This classic diner is the spot for your upcoming Grease themed photo shoot. With old-fashioned porthole windows, authentic fixtures, and other original details including an industrial coffee station, it’ll be like you’re in the midst of the fifties!