Home & Garden
Starry skies, tall trees and wildlife can all be found within the walls at Moose Point More
Rooted in the 1970s, this Lake Muskoka cottage was a prime candidate for teardown. Instead it's been transformed into a modern delight. More
With three-and-a-half acres of land, there's no need for a cottage in addition to this gorgeous residence. Patrick Anderson and Lisa Oerton, have it all within the convenience of their backyard. The resort-like backyard features a swimming pool with a cabana and a seating area beneath the shed. There are, of course, a couple lounge chairs to relax by the pool. Read More..
Nestled in the forest on a quiet secluded court is the ideal home for extended family living. Located just minutes from Barrie and its many amenities, this private lot on Pierce Court in Springwater Township feels miles away from the hustle and bustle of life. Read More..
For Madison Taylor Design Inc., designing new spaces and managing projects isn't just a job, it's what Taylor truly loves and aspires to do. Inspirational and creative, her passion and excitement for her craft is evident in every project she completes. Read More..
An updated codrington bungalow offers designer style in desirable location Read More..
We're almost there! Spring is just around the corner and that means we will be basked in warmth and sunshine in just weeks. Those of us who have been hibernating indoors for months will make a beeline for the sliding glass doors leading to our backyards. Read More..
Designing a custom home can be a challenge for those with somewhat limited abilities in the creativity department. Many people rely on the advice and experience of home decor specialists to help in the colour scheme to produce a coordinated flow of continuity throughout the house. Read More..
It's astonishing to think a stunning Victorian home, situated at the top of Theresa Street, has been in existence for as long as Canada has been a country. Read More..
As real estate agents, Trisha Bowman and Tim Perry had bought and sold plenty of houses. When it came time to build their dream home, they had more than enough ideas and experience on which to draw for inspiration. Read More..
To the west, you can see the majestic Niagara Escarpment drop off dramatically at the Georgian Peaks Ski Club. Shift your gaze north-west and you can watch the sun set over Cape Rich. Continue the panorama due north and you can watch kite surfers sail across the wide open expanse of the Georgian Bay. Change your heading to northeast and on a clear day you can see the gap at Christian Island. Read More..
You've heard the adage that trends come and go. Bell-bottoms one year, tube pants the next. Flipping through Vogue you assess what is in this season before going shopping. It is no different when it comes to home decor. Read More..
Working on tight deadlines, in contained spaces, and around challenging obstacles are things Allan McLellan and his team of seasoned professionals from Renovations By Rodgers excel in. And he demonstrates that no job is too big or too small with the renovation of a 35-year-old master en suite, that was transformed from small and dated to cozy and modern. Read More..
Designed as if this is the last home they will ever own, Glen Prairie and his wife Deborah put such extensive planning and thought into the renovation and transformation of a 1950s home that no stone was left unturned. The Prairies went beyond functionality and aesthetics, planning for long-term accessibility which will allow them to stay in their home for as long as they desire. Read More..
A walking tour through 36 Lilac Lane in Midhurst will give you the impression of a well planned and fashionable home with a raised bungalow design. It's the features that are not so obvious at first, however, that just might be the ones that impress a visitor the most. Read More..
While the joy of dining al fresco, under the tree tops or stars on a warm summer's night is something that many of us enjoy, our short summers leave us wanting a little more of this on a year-round basis. So, when Mary Ballantyne and her husband set out to renovate their 1960s kitchen, bringing the outdoors in was a key component. Read More..
For these home owners, their home is more than a house; it's a story like no other, 50 years in the making. It was winter in the early 1960s when they first went trudging through knee deep snow in the village of Midhurst, scoping out the lot of their dreams. The crisp winter air nipping at their cheeks, they gazed around at the evergreen trees and the ravine access to Willow Creek, and then fell in love. Read More..