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Home & Cottage

There are those who say that carpeting has gone the way of the dodo. Jeff Redden doesn’t agree. “It’s true that most new builds are going with hard surfaces...

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The city farm takes root

An urban teaching farm gives people new skills towards food security

Gardening in glass

Terrariums are back in vogue

Not all renovations improve resale value

…and some of the realities are quite surprizing

Residence Resolutions

A brand new year. A fresh start. Time to make some resolutions for 2016! This year, how about taking some time to reflect on projects around your home that...

Clutter Busting

Some years ago, during what I will refer to as a life-transition phase (read: relationship break up), I moved from a three bedroom home to a small apartment...

Keeping the Lights On

It would be interesting to track generator sales in relation to major storms and power blackouts. With climatologists predicting more frequent extreme weather...
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New & fun or here to stay?

Comfort and nature leading the trends for interiors

Adding Efficiency

Renovating offers a chance build in energy-saving options—and government rebates can help with the cost.

Build a Better Nest Box

FORESTS ONCE fashioned a broad range of habitats and homes for wildlife. As trees matured dead branches broke off, creating holes in live tree trunks. Birds,...

Setting the Scene

KITCHEN CABINETS and hardware establish the look and feel of a kitchen, so you want them to reflect your home and your lifestyle.