Designer Allison Holden-Pope shares her secret for grounding an open-concept space.
A classic Danish concept informs the design of a Kicking Horse ski cabin from McKinley Burkhart.
Why Merit Kitchens is an experience for life.
Ditch the brown paper bag and up your office lunch game with our creative cubicle-friendly recipes and tips.
Donatella Cinelli Colombini proves winemaking is more than just an old boys’ club.
B.C. Blueberry Council releases 5 new recipes based on their (and soon to be your) favourite fruit
Because saving space means more room in your luggage for bringing back souvenirs.
Vitamin C-infused showers, yoga, fresh-pressed juice and artisan-roasted coffee—how to spend a weekend on the Strip without feeling stripped.
Ignite your spirit and feel like a kid at Christmas once again.
Luckily, this south-of-the-border find is finally available a little closer to home.
Sweet seating, cozy textiles and edgy accessories we love right now.
These gadgets help turn your home into a beautiful, functional space where convenience comes at the touch of a button.
This year’s DOTY winners share their unique perspectives on hoarding great wood, turning fabrics inside-out and crafting quilts out of clay.
Revisit the best of Alberta design.
Wining, dining and splashing around with the interior-designer-turned-restaurateur.
These sleek, sculptural floor lamps will shine a spotlight on your style.
It involves flying halfway around the world.
We sent Jim Sutherland from the U.S. border to Vernon to suss out the most memorable golf holes in the...
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Lesson #6: Designer Mitchell Freedland suggests using hanging lights to add "levels and layers" to a wide open space. #wldesigntalks
Lesson #5 at #wldesigntalks: use colour and texture to anchor your seating group in a big space, says Mitchell Freedland. #wlDesignTalks
Lesson #4: "If something's well-done in its time, you should respect and keep it," says designer Robert Bailey.#WLDesignTalks @TrailBCStores