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Privacy is over rated anyways (pic courtesy of houzz.com)
This Saturday September the 29th watch over 150 artists transform the city for Toronto’s annual sun rise to sun set celebration of contemporary art. http://ow.ly/e4ciw
It’s sad but it’s true, summer has come and gone. This means bringing an end to the cottage season for most Ontarians. Whether you completely shut down your cottage or make occasional trips during the winter months, there are a number of things you should keep in mind. This checklist makes it easy to remember what you need to get done http://ow.ly/e0o4t
I think I could get used to waking up to this kind of beauty every day.
The annual fall home show is finally here! You don’t want to miss your chance to find innovative products and great deals! The fall home show will be taking place at the Better Living Center at Exhibition Place until this Sunday September the 23rd. Ample parking is available and transit is just a short walk away. For more information, visit: http://ow.ly/dTJBm
Summer has come and gone and now we must prepare our homes for the fall season! Here are 10 home maintenance tips that will help the seasonal transition go smoothly. 1.) Examine your roof/gutters/downspouts for debris: Your roof is often forgotten about because it is not at eye level to give you a subtle reminder every time you walk past it. Clear leaves, dirt, and pine needles from gutters and examine downspouts for damage or loose pieces. Check the flashing around your chimney and any openings in the roof, such as skylights... Read The Rest →
Because no one likes stubbing their toe on the bed frame. Completely avoid that situation by doing what this Oakville homeowner did and sink the bed INTO the floor. (pic courtesy of houzz.com)
Buying a home is the largest purchase you’ll likely make. No wonder you’re stressed. Where should you look? Can you afford it? What will happen if interest rates rise? It may all seem daunting, but you can make it more manageable with a little planning. Here are a few things to figure out before you make the leap. 1. Get your financial house in order Figure out your net worth, which is your assets less your liabilities. Assets are things like cash, investments, savings, cars, boats and so on, while... Read The Rest →
Chrysler in the kitchen. Do you think this was the husband’s or wife’s home decor contribution? (Image courtesy of houzz.com)