The powder room in our house was pretty boring when we purchased our home. It looked unfinished. There were subway tiles along one wall behind the sink and vanity, but aside from those and the chandelier sconces, there wasn’t much thought put into making this room welcoming. Since it’s the bathroom for our guests, I ...
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Spring has finally arrived (at least in my living room)! It's been a long, looooong winter and we are all so over it by now. To give you a little more hope for real signs of spring, I'm sharing my recent home decor makeover with local Montreal textile designer, Stephanie Coleman of Mezari Atelier & Boutique. With ...
Since we’re only a few days away from Christmas, I thought I’d share my holiday décor with you! I’m really happy with the festive way our little carriage house turned out for the occasion! To see the living room-dining room before the holidays, check out my last post here. Last year, we were in the middle ...
I can’t believe it’s been two and a half years since we moved into our little carriage house! When we bought it, we thought it only needed a fresh coat of paint and once that was done, then we’d move in, but, alas – we had a major flood the day after we moved! I’ll ...
With the Royal Wedding only a few days away, I decided to host a Royal afternoon tea party for a few friends complete with traditional English scones, lemon curd and finger sandwiches. To make it even fancier, I baked elderflower sugar cookies decorated with edible flowers. They were a pretty addition to the tiered sandwich ...
Last week, I discovered a few of Montreal's talented designers and their creations during a media presentation with eBay for their Spring Designer Collaboration. Throughout the month of April, these designer objects will be available on eBay as a special collaboration and all proceeds go to Evergreen - a non-profit organization that encourages Canadian cities ...