Through a variety of media exposure, our children can become enamored with favourite characters and want to buy into all the themed toys, food, clothes, décor and accessories. The problem is our children will outgrow their affinity to the theme well before our wallets recover from the purchases.
Does the thought of choosing colour for your home leave you paralyzed with fear? You’re not alone. Let’s try to figure out how to get over your fear of colour and start adding it to your home. What is the fear of colour? The powers that be (Wikipedia) tell us that an irrational fear or […]
Planning a renovation or update to your master bathroom and want to add some designer touches? Here are my eight fabulous designer upgrades for your master bathroom. It’s more than just fixtures and finishes. A little pre-planning can help incorporate additions to make your bathroom more functional and beautiful.
You may not have a designer kitchen now, but here are some ideas to show you how to copy today’s top kitchen trends …without going broke.
Having a second kitchen may sound outrageous but the idea is firmly based in history. The servery was a simple counter between the kitchen and pub in Britain that’s evolved into a great idea for the way we live today.
Whether you call it a rumpus room, rec. room, basement family room, the subterranean space below your main floor is like a buried treasure. Although it may hover near the bottom of your priority list for renovating, this underused space can be pure gold in the form of useable square footage.
Since we discovered fire, we’ve been cooking our food in the great outdoors. Whether we’re barbequing a burger on a deck or fixing a feast in a fully-loaded backyard kitchen, here are six reasons you need an outdoor kitchen, now!
After 25 years in the interior design business, I’ve learned a thing or two. I’ve uncovered secret interior design tricks and tips you should know, so I’m sharing them. I learned the hard way through trial and error so you don’t have to.
Every great room is not just a product of its style, layout or colour, the quality of furniture and its durability can make or break a room. That’s why Canadian-made furniture matters, it’s beautiful and made to last.
How we feel and respond to texture, sheen, and weight of fabric changes throughout the year. We want to lighten up our wardrobe as the temperature rises outside and your home décor can benefit from the change, too.