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Muskoka – The Hamptons of Ontario

September 1, 2023

Most people have heard of the Hamptons, a place where New Yorkers and people from all over can go to escape the busyness of city life. In Ontario, the place to go to escape is Muskoka. It’s a place where the greenery only ends when the water begins. You’ll find boaters enjoying the calm waters,…

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Modernizing the Classic Tudor-Style

August 18, 2023

Tudor-style architecture dates back to 17th and 18th century England, and grew in popularity in the United States during the Great Depression, where they represented affluent neighbourhoods. While this style of home isn’t the most popular today, it only takes one turn into The Kingsway, a neighbourhood in Etobicoke, to feel like you are transported…

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Your Next Oasis – Muskoka Edition

June 27, 2023

Scandinavian design centres around the concepts of clean lines and a neutral palette, both of which are showcased beautifully in this dreamy Muskoka cottage.

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Not Your Granny’s House

April 25, 2023

Do not be fooled by its name. Traditional interior design is a timeless aesthetic that blends elegance and coziness for your home. Its emphasis on classic patterns, rich colors, and carefully curated decor pieces creates a warm and inviting atmosphere. But how can you create a traditional home that doesn’t feel like your grandma’s house?…

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Who Says Houses Can’t Get a Face-Lift?

April 25, 2023

Obviously, we cannot put Botox in your home to make it look younger, but we have a few tricks under our sleeves to make the façade of your house look fresh. Your home’s exterior gives the first impression of your residence, so it’s crucial to make sure it’s both inviting and stylish. One way to…

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The 60’s Funk is Calling

April 25, 2023

Sleek lines, organic shapes, inviting textures, and exceptional designs never go out of style. Therefore, Mid-Century remains a celebrated aesthetic after half a century and continues to influence modern architecture in big and small ways. Sit tight as we explain how to pull this funky and functional style. Start with the furniture. Look for pieces…

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21st Century Industrial Revolution

April 25, 2023

An Industrial revolution can occur within your business, where the workspace transitions to a sleek new era, creating a unique and inviting atmosphere that draws in customers and inspires employees by following this trendy style. See how your business can benefit from Industrial Interior design.  First, industrial design is all about exposing raw materials, including…

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That’s a Wrap

April 25, 2023

Wallpaper is a versatile tool that can bring elegance to any home. From bold patterns to subtle textures, there are countless options for incorporating wallpaper into your décor. Here are some tips for wrapping up your walls to refine and elevate your home. First, analyze the function of the space. For a bedroom, consider a…

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Kitchen Facelift on a Dime

January 28, 2022

Why painting your kitchen cabinetry will be the best decision you make in 2022…

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Feature Project

December 5, 2020

The best of both worlds; a minimalist exterior with a contemporary interior This exterior combination of black and stone will never go out of style. It’s minimalist yet still shows personality. The stonework, center staircase and surrounding greenery are accentuated by the black accents. Sherwin Williams’ Tricorn Black is the perfect dark hue to add…

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Paint and Colour Trends for Fall 2014

September 12, 2014

As we head into the last quarter of 2014, here’s a roundup of the current design, paint and colour trends for this fall: Turquoise: Pantone may have announced ‘Radiant Orchid’ as 2014’s Colour of the Year, but the colour most often turning up in cutting-edge designer rooms right now is turquoise. Want to have a…

You Really Can Judge a Store by its Colour

April 5, 2014

The other day a friend admired a new pair of shoes I was wearing. I told her I’d gotten them from a small shoe store around the corner. “Really?” she said, surprised. “But their whole storefront is painted orange and green – it makes my eyes hurt. I figured they only sold cheap, flashy clothes…

Radiant Orchid is the Colour of the Year. What Does This Mean for Your Living Room?

February 12, 2014

Every year, Pantone – the company which specializes in standardizing colours for industries like printing, textiles and architecture – announces its ‘Colour of the Year’. This year they’ve chosen ‘Radiant Orchid’, which would probably be described by most of us as a sort of deep lavender colour. The Pantone press release says that Radiant Orchid’s…

Making Painting More Environmentally Friendly

December 12, 2013

These days, most of us are more mindful of the effect our actions have on the environment, and are making an effort to make smarter choices and keep our families healthier. So where does this leave us when we decide that we need to paint our homes or offices? Well, traditional household paint contains up…