As the new year begins, It’s a great time to take stock, reduce clutter and say goodbye to items you no longer need. Here are some simple organization tips for the rooms in your home.
Bring your digital photos to life this Valentine’s Day!
Canadian winters are definitely short on sunlight. Near the solstice the sun’s shallow arc across the southern horizon is usually just enough to beam straight into your eyes on your commute to and from work.
How to keep your holiday season looking on point
Warm your heart and light up your Instagram feed this holiday season. We’ve compiled a list of the biggest Christmas décor trends for the 2019 season. From the tree to the table, and all the opportunities in between, you can make your hearth and home a warm and inviting backdrop for family feasts and perfectly posed selfies.
This Fall update the look of your home with these happening new trends in the world of interior design. Skim through our list and you’ll notice a couple stunning themes: darker colours and a step away from minimalism.
With Fall right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about ways to transform your decor and embrace the autumnal hues, chilly mornings, and shorter days.
During a rainy summer like the one we’re experiencing, it’s nice to have a little colour inside your home to balance out the gray skies.
Whether you’re thinking about changing the look of your current place or want to incorporate some fundamentals into the design of the home you’re building, an elegant look is a popular choice. Light colours, fine touches, and sleek lines all come together to communicate who you are to those visiting your home.
A redecoration is often just what your home needs to look and feel fresh. Whether you’re thinking about changing a single room or doing something major, we’ve got some tips to help you feel more confident about choosing the right colours for your home. If you take these things into consideration, your home will look like you hired a professional designer.
Even the most decor-savvy person can make mistakes. People often try to mimic the looks seen in design magazines, but these design choices don’t always fit the realities of the home they actually have.