With the help of designer Jeffrey Reidl, Becky and Colin Feasby carved a woodland oasis out of an urban address.
The designer's save-and-splurge approach and how she made room for a baby.
When Laurie and Raman Minhas tied the knot, they forged a new design aesthetic for their new family.
The classic, contemporary home for the bank executive was designed by Elena Del Bucchia.
Personal photography and treasures collected from travel help decorate this home built in 1962.
Use them to display a bar menu, a wedding hashtag, the schedule for the wedding day or even a quote.
With all of the original century-old charm combined with her flair for art and design, Fieldstudy Shop owner Sarah Knorr’s Marda Loop home is cozy and eclectic.
If you have a solid weekend of free time, it is possible to refresh, redo or even renovate some key parts of your kitchen.
There is no easier way to entertain than the backyard barbecue. Throw almost anything on the grill, chill some beer and let the good times roll. Up your game a bit with these Canadiana-inspired accessories and some local treats.
If you're planning an outdoor party that's a little more upscale, choose melamine plates, acrylic cups and regular linens.
These simple, affordable and quick fixes are ideal for renters who want to freshen up their surroundings, or homeowners who want more from their spaces but have limited time and money.
Interior designer Sarah Ward’s home is as eclectic and engaging as the spaces she creates for Calgary’s top restaurants.
A black and silver colour scheme will give your patio or balcony an easy shot of glamour.
Whether your guests are young, or just young at heart, turn on the patio lights, turn up the tunes and host a backyard party.
When time isn’t a factor, the hardest decision homeowners face when tackling a kitchen renovation is how much money they want to spend and what they want to spend it on.