ADDRESS show brings hip designers to Waterfall Building, while Galati Line at Moe's makes a patio flexible.
In our Urban Living section, condo patios get a full design treatment, fridges and stoves downsize, taxidermy finds a new following, and indigo tie-dye emblazons home textiles.
As homes are getting smaller, appliances are too.
Offer emerging local designers the chance to exhibit their work in a trendy storefront display among some of Mount Pleasant’s most popular furniture and design shops, and most will jump at the chance.
In Victorian times, every well-appointed home had pieces of taxidermy, with glassy-eyed stuffed birds and furry creatures staring out from parlour tables and cabinets of curiosities.
Interior designer Mike Rogers and landscaper Ryan Levy, of Object Outdoors, join forces to extend condo dwellers’ living space.
The decade-old DIY web-shop phenomenon was in town recently for its first Canadian trends presentation.
When Louisa Cohen looks around her antique-lighting store, RENEW Gallery, she sees more than a jaw-dropping array of fixtures from decades past.
In our seasonal home and design feature, we look at the old-timey charm of Burnaby Heights, midcentury-modern accents, an urban garage, and boffo bedroom décor.
The official start of spring may still be a few weeks away, but urban dwellers can bring the freshness of the season into the bedroom now.