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.
Before there was Limelight Sign Works there was an old suburban barn filled with motorcycles in various states of assembly.
Along with the blooming of crocuses, it’s one of the first signs of spring: the B.C. Home and Garden Show is back.
Three locally crafted items to spruce up your bathroom and beyond.
For the upcoming B.C. Home and Garden Show, Dexter Dolores has been tasked with reinventing the masculine hideout
A new space at Westminster Quay is letting you go for the full Mad Men effect through ceramics, glassware, lighting, and pillows.
Although some people figure that now is a prime time to enter the real-estate market, others aren’t so certain.
Bounded by Burrard Inlet to the north, Willingdon Avenue to the east, Hastings Street to the south, and Boundary Road to the west, Burnaby Heights has a sense of history too.
It seems that Matthew Johnson’s own love of saving old stuff from the junk heap is striking a chord with a new generation.