Interior Design

Just because you are on a budget, doesn’t mean you have to compromise on style in your home. If it’s time to refresh your décor but you don’t think you have the necessary funds, think again. Here are a few ways you can add a touch of luxury
Are you constantly misplacing household items like your screwdriver or tennis racquet? If so, perhaps your household needs a little re-organizing. Whether your home is a compact condo, cozy semi, or spacious detached, we can all benefit from a periodic check-in to see if we are making the best use of our space.
Want to add more space to your home without building up or out? Look no further than your basement. According to the Appraisal Institute of Canada, renovating a basement can give you a 50-75% return on your investment when it comes to selling your home.
Perhaps you’ve chosen to delay a cottage purchase or postpone your vacation plans this summer. Not to worry. You can still enjoy the pleasures and surroundings of cottage or country living.
If you are awaiting the arrival of a precious little bundle, thoughts will be turning to baby’s room. While you’re contemplating different cribs, colours, and decorations, you may also want to consider ways to make your baby’s room more eco-friendly. From safer paint choices
Screen doors let the breeze in and keep the bugs out. They open your home to the sounds and scents of summer, and help cool your house without wasting energy on air conditioning. Want to let in a little more summer this year?
When the temperature drops, there's nothing like a warm, cozy bedroom where you can shut the door, be yourself and just relax at the end of a long day. This winter, treat yourself to a bedroom "getaway" that's comfortable, restful and beautiful.

Whether you have a huge walk-in or a tiny reach-in closet, rooting through wrinkled piles of clothes every morning isn't a particularly soothing way to start your day. Here are some ideas on turning storage space that's killing you into a "killer" closet. Purge Go through everything...

Cooler winter temperatures and shorter daylight hours naturally limit the time we spend outside. Current interior design trends use nature punctuated with colour as a theme to rescue us from cabin fever. Here are some of this season's 'outdoor-in' design