PLUS a Ross North Home design to match your needs! With so many of us now having to create a make-shift workspace at home, we thought it would be helpful to examine the four main types of home office. To discuss the up and down sides to all four, and then be able to point […]
Industrial Chic is gender-neutral, commanding and yet versatile enough to allow you to totally own your space. So what are the 5 main components you need to nail for this trend to work?
Before you can start laying the (literal) groundwork for your new property, it’s important to make your vision as clear as possible. To make the process a little less overwhelming, we’ve come up with some key areas of consideration when planning your first building project.
Making the decision to adopt a pet is a long-term lifestyle commitment. This can be easier said than done, especially when you’re renting property from a landlord. Here’s a guide with some tips on owning pets while you’re renting, including regulations in place for each state.
In the wake of the unprecedented start of the 2019/2020 fire season, it’s more important than ever to think about how we use our water, especially when it comes to maintaining healthy lawns and gardens.
It’s easy enough to make a few switches to your settings, food and decor to ensure it’s a party you feel good about having! Read on for some of our favourite (and simple) ideas.
You can never really go wrong with the traditional colour scheme and overall theme – red, green and gold with some poinsettia and holly. But if you really want to blow your guests away, read on for three unique approaches to your table setting.
Breathe some life into your home with some affordable, vibrant and easy to maintain greenery. After all, we all know how nice it is to wake up and smell the roses!
Between Christmas, Boxing Day and the New Year celebrations, it can be easy to overlook sun protection for you and your guests. We’ve put together a few tips for sun-proofing your backyard to protect yourself and your family over the holidays.
By comparing your meter reading over time, the Leak Detection Tool provides an assessment of your water usage and recommendations for finding leaks should they be detected.