When Dieter and Tina Staubitizer began planning their new home at Osprey Landing, they knew they wanted something different. They were leaving their country-style home and were looking to create a simpler, more contemporary space.The planning began five years ago, taking six months to iron out the details: where the rooflines would meet, where the […]
Monthly Archives: October 2017
Getting a cell signal in Heart’s Content can be difficult. Finding areas where your phone reads “no service” is far easier. It’s ironic, really, since the town was once a communications hub. But that was before cell phones – and even before land lines.The first telegraph line to connect Europe to North America came ashore […]
Jim Mallay leans in, getting a closer look at an under-construction garden seat on the workbench in the shop beside his house. This is the first time he’s built this version, and already he sees some changes that will be made for the second one. The piece is a two-seater, with an attached table between […]
Sinks and faucets are important design features that often get overlooked during the kitchen design process. They need to be aesthetically pleasing and tie into other elements of the space, while still being 100 per cent functional and durable. The sink and faucet should be made from quality parts and be functional for your needs […]
What do you do when you want a traditional saltbox but you own a square house built in the 1960s? If you’re Grant and Trudy, you renovate. Extensively.