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Historical details and ingenious use of space make the Withrow Laneway House the model for laneway homes in Calgary.
Heat things up with decor inspired by days lounging on the lanai with a rum drink and a banana-leaf fan.
A sister-and-brother team grew this office into a sophisticated space for co-working, meetings and events.
Floral wallpaper with matching drapes, vintage chandeliers and rugs from HomeSense come together in this Elbow Park home.
Scandinavian decor is all about graphic prints in black, white and shades of grey, tempered by the influence of hygge (the Danish word for cozy and a concept that has swept the home decor world).
A perennial favourite, especially for a casual or country look, Canadiana decor has become even more on-trend since the Canada 150 celebrations.
Restoring an inner-city 1930s home was a labour of love that brought together a family whose own history is steeped in the neighbourhood.
It's basically a winter shed that's been renovated into an entertainment space with a television and bar.
Local pros and homeowners share their tips for creating balance, varying texture and height, determining a colour palette and more.
These local companies can reupholster, refinish, rewire or otherwise reinvent furnishings and architectural elements in your home.
A new build allows for a little glitz and glamour in a space that can handle the rigours of family life.
The decor world has been awash in mid-century style for the past few years. As the pendulum swings back toward big and bold, we asked local design experts and retailers to weigh in on how to get the looks that are trending in 2018.
Giving new life to old furniture, fixtures and architectural details can save you money (sometimes) and is easier on the environment, but perhaps the best thing is the sense of history and permanence that something old can bring to your home.
Find old treasures for your home at these places in and around Calgary.