Interior Design: Determine what you like before you start shopping!

There are many interior design styles for homeowner’s to choose from when it comes time to decorating and with so many options to choose from identifying your own particular interior design style can become difficult.

Interior Design: 6 tips for determining your interior design style

Identifying your own particular interior design style can be difficult – even frustrating! Here are 6 tips for finding your personal interior design style.

DIY Friday: Create Your Own Home Design With Autodesk® Homestyler™ (It’s Genius, Easy To Use, & Free!)

Attention all homeowner’s in the beginning stages of remodelling, you need to check out this awesome home design website and tool called Autodesk® Homestyler™. What is it and how can it help your DIY project? Basically, it is a website that let’s you start your project from the floor up by clicking and dragging items onto a worksheet and creating 2D and 3D home designs. It’s easy-to-use and free!

Design with Fido in Mind

Most Canadians would probably agree: a house is not a home without a pet. Over two thirds of Canadian households own at least one cat or dog and many own both – that’s a lot of furry friends. The problem, however, is that a pet can take a toll on your living space and put a damper on your design plans.

Styling Your Home On A Budget

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 to any room of your home without breaking the bank:

Big Ideas for Small-Space Living! 7 tips for making your small spaces seem more spacious

With living spaces seemingly getting smaller it can be especially challenging to find room for life’s accumulations.   Similar to the way that a large space can be made to feel cozier and more intimate, it is also possible to make a small space feel larger and more spacious.  It’s just a matter of being […]

Neighbourhood Spotlight: Eclectic Leslieville

In 2005 the New York Times, in an article aptly entitled Goodbye Gritty, Hello Trendy, stated “…Queen Street East is the new Queen Street West, with the formerly industrial stretch known as Leslieville emerging as Toronto’s hippest place to dine, drink, shop and live”. They weren’t wrong! This east end…