figure3 appoints four new model homes for Empire Communities

Developer Empire Communities has unveiled four brand new model homes in the Legacy community in Thorold. Empire is thrilled to have partnered with renowned Toronto-based interior design firm, figure3, to bring the vision for these model homes to life.

With the help of figure3, Empire selected four unique design styles to appeal to the diverse needs and tastes of their homeowners – Shabby Chic, Industrial Ranch, Modern Scandi and Manor Estate. Each of these spaces offer a great deal of inspiration and skillfully display four distinct home plans available at Legacy.

“Empire has worked with figure3 in the past, and we have always been delighted with the end result. There was no question that partnering with them on these model homes at Legacy would result in four very unique, yet beautiful spaces,” says Sue MacKay, VP of Marketing at Empire Communities. “We can’t wait for the public to view our brand new models and we hope they get inspired to bring these decor styles into their own homes.”

The Shabby Chic is a 2,306-square-foot, 4-bedroom Vibrant Corner home featuring an eclectic mix of antique decor accents, intricate light fixtures, distressed woods and woven fabrics.Empire Communities, figure3

Inside the 2,606-square-foot, 4-bedroom Enchant model lives the Industrial Ranch style. This home is furnished with elegant brown leather sofas and modern farm-inspired furniture and accessories.Empire Communities, figure3

Mixed with light hardwood floors, furniture and natural materials, the interior of the 1,908-square-foot, 4-bedroom Tranquil model is true to Modern Scandi style as it is bright, airy and minimalistic.Empire Communities, figure3

The Manor Estate home was designed with a sophisticated homeowner in mind, featuring elegant furniture in muted tones, a calming gray paint scheme and plenty of bling throughout the 3,483-square-foot, 4-bedroom Gloucester plan.Empire Communities, figure3

Once completed, the Legacy community will be home to more than 1,000 new families. Construction is now well underway on townhomes and detached homes as the area comes to life and prepares for its first residents.