Featured Kitchen
Aug31

Featured Kitchen

Situated on a quiet street in the East Garafraxa Woods estate subdivision, this Normerica Timber Frame home features intricate beam work throughout and could easily be mistaken for a cottage in Muskoka (minus the lake of course). The A-Frame construction, soaring ceilings and floor to ceiling windows are breathtaking, and the high elevation provides a spectacular view of the Caledon Hills and, at some points of the year, Caledon Lake.

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Golden Blessings of My Own Back Yard
Aug31

Golden Blessings of My Own Back Yard

Just two years ago no one could have predicted a near ‘shutdown’ of world economies. We were happily going about our hectic lives, when overnight, we plunged into ‘survival mode’ and were forced to stay at home. Once the daunting consequences of freedom curtailments were accepted, the goal of my next journey was to find motivation and inspiration in local green environments, including our country gardens near Orangeville.

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A Taste Of Home: The Danish Place
Aug31

A Taste Of Home: The Danish Place

The Danish Place restaurant in Puslinch offers Danish cuisine such as smørrebrød: an open faced sandwich, a very popular part of a traditional Danish diet.

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Inspiration on Display
Aug31

Inspiration on Display

The retail floor space at The Plumber’s Wife in Arthur is packed with all the essentials to make your house a home, for you and your family. Paula provides colour consulting and space planning, which includes room layouts and mood boards complete with product suggestions and/or selections.

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TRAVEL FEATURE: Meanderings & Wanderings in the Highlands of Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Jun03

TRAVEL FEATURE: Meanderings & Wanderings in the Highlands of Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Be it the historical battles for supremacy, the allure of its people, the exhilaration of its mountain scenery or the romance of its castles, Scotland will embrace you in its magic of curiosity, intrigue and wonder. To accurately appreciate the breadth of Scotland’s history, let’s start back when its oldest habitation, a place known as Skara Brae, was discovered around 1850, on the shores of the Bay of Skaill, Orkney Islands. When...

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