When it comes to living room design and organizing, these two words go hand in hand. You can’t have one without the other. You can try, but living rooms tend to be spaces in your homes for a variety of functions: kick back and relax social area to entertain a ‘drop zone’ for families at
We are in the throws of linear fireplace planning for two spaces in one of our projects. Last February (2019), we also planned out a linear fireplace for another project we worked on. For this project, we are going to be installing a zero clearance 60″ linear fireplace on the main floor and a zero
When my daughter Abby mentioned a while back that she would like to move to downtown Calgary, I thought she had no idea about apartment living. Let’s face it, she has always lived in our home. We have a three bedroom home and we have an open concept on the main floor. When we developed
We have recently started working with clients who have purchased a home that was built in 2006. While the home is quite traditional, we will be transforming the entire home to be sleek and modern. So what do we have in store to create some dining room drama? Dining Room Transformation As Is First of
It’s that time of year where we look at holiday trends for 2020. While I’m not a fan of starting Christmas decorating too soon (and by too soon, nothing before Dec. 1st), the stores are filled with the season of Christmas. So what trends are we seeing? The items below contain affiliate links. Any purchases,
Our Mid Century Vibe project was complete just before we were hit with COVID- 19. While this project has been completed for quite some time, it was sure nice to be back in the home to take our final photos. Background When I found out that my clients were going to be moving from Ontario
Behr recently came out with their colour trends for 2021. It seems kind of crazy that we’re already talking about the year 2021, but can I just say that I’ll be happy when 2020 is over! Colour trends for 2021 Every year, paint manufactures come out with their own trends. We also wait patiently to
Adding in accent colours is something everyone can do with little or no stress. Two weeks ago I wrote a blog about freshening up your space. In this blog I mentioned that my little rule of thumb is to have 10% accent colours in a space (with 60% main colour and 30% a secondary colour).
While we all do our part to stay at home, many are finding ways to creatively work from home. Many are also finding that their home may be in need of a refresh. While I have been doing Online Design Planning for some time now, it is now one of our hottest ways to help
I have a wall colour that is absolutley my favourite. I’m not going to say it’s my ‘go-to’ as I do not have a ‘go-to’ colour. With every home being so unique with its finishes and fixed elements, it is impossible to have a ‘go-to’ colour. So why is Benjamin Moore’s Revere Pewter my favourite?