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Think utilitarian for this design trend: emphasizing materials, textures and construction.
2023 furniture and home decor trends embrace being together again.
Flow State is all about embracing natural curves.
This trend leans into maximalism, embracing both the old and the new.
Soft layers and sumptuous textures make up this new design trend.
Designer Sophie Burke brings a tactile and organic new layer to her own home and to celebrating the holidays with her family.
A house on the edge of the Sunshine Coast finds its soul thanks to the design team at Falken Reynolds Interiors.
Taking a design risk pays off in a major way for Falken Reynolds Interiors.
According to Formwerks Interiors, there's no artist quite like Mother Nature.
Summer camp meets style in this Alda Pereria-designed modern getaway.
A home for three families in East Vancouver from architect Marianne Amodio could just be a new prototype for communal living.
The design from BattersbyHowat features a Y-shaped plan that both provides privacy and captures that view.
The right angles make all the difference in this revamp of a Whistler cabin by Stark Architecture.
These picks go beyond recycling.
Things are looking up (finally).
Design that reflect the wacky world we live in.
Why so serious?
This seasons wall coverings feature boldly patterned designs inspired by the wild and the wonderful.
The latest high-tech appliances that bring the design drama.
Geographic inspirationfrom a dappled glade to the city of Jaipurbrings a subtle sense of place to the floor.
Lighting strips down to simple and serene shapes.
Heres to a more subtle sparkle this holiday season, with soft and muted lustre, neutral hues and crisp black and white.
High fashion strutted off the runway and into the room.
Theres a plush factor to these sofas, with sinuous lines, soft textures and more than a little give. Ride the wave.
Things get cushy on the patio with rounded shapes, softer textures and pliable forms.
Whether you're looking for morning fortification or a post-binge prescription, the city offers a gastronomic world tour of must-try brunch dishes.
Paint and wallpaper embrace natural huesfrom soft and pink to warm and woodsy.
A range of organic forms and graphic shapescoral reefs, green peas, striated stone, bright abstractsis appearing underfoot.
The AI factor goes next-level with these smart appliances, whether you want dirt to disappear while you watch TV or laundry to start while youre at work.
Take in these monochromatic yet oh-so-bright takes in lighting. Airy, glassy, matte, soft and featherythese fixtures are a welcome whiteout.
A sleek hotel-lobby vibe comes home in this Vancouver penthouse.
Ditch the red and green for these glittering metallics that will work long after New Year's.
The top furniture trends as we head into 2019.
Every inch was considered in this modern, minimal abode.
With seating this welcoming, its easy to get comfortable and catch up with a friend or two.
When it comes to summer lounging, it's a material world.
Fierce wallpaper patterns and paint colours that pop are hot for this spring.
Theres a certain sleek, catwalk-worthy style to the latest appliances.
Minimal and modern shapes, streamlined and sleek designs, simple black and white palettes (and a touch of rose)these electronic objects fit within the most sophisticated spaces.
A Calgary family bought a lot with an unobstructed view of Molokiniand then built a vacation home that frames it from almost every room.
Geometric shapes bring an unexpected twist to the usual holiday characters and glitter, whether it's a whimsical creature or a conical Christmas tree.
The hottest furniture design trends for 2018 celebrate rest and quiet, rounder and softer shapes, and soothing and cocooning pieces. Get ready to hibernate.
Stylish seating that will instantly update your living space.
A family home in Vancouver is equal parts light-and-airy gallery and warm-and-welcoming hideaway.
The perfect outdoor pieces to upgrade your patio.
A cantilevered studio on the property of winery owner Ian MacDonald is a rather literal leap of faith in the Okanagan.
Pretty paints and wild wallpapers that nod to the natural.
Lighting gets geometric and deconstructed with shape-shifting, linear beauty.
The thoughtful renovation of a historic gatehouse by homeowner-and-designer Aliki Gladwin straddles Vancouvers past and present.
Appliances get bigger (and smaller)and it seems we all want a peek inside the action.
A contemporary house in Vancouver pairs two unusual influences: modern Mexico and calligraphy.
Vancouver designer Mitchell Freedland gets playful with his Palm Springs rancher, incorporating bold colours, quirky patterns and plenty of California cool.
Foxes, birds and reindeer go beyond cute to make a style statement thats on point all season long.
A house on the edge of the Sunshine Coast finds its soul.
Strong and simple, shapely and spare, sophisticated and sultrythese sofas are more than mere seating.
For Winnipegs Design-Built, the line between architect and builder, designer and craftsman, is beautifully blurred.
The duo at Falken Reynolds Interiors had an unusual start to their careersand their work is all the better for it.
Designer Steven Pollock left a career in tech to rediscover a passion for wood, concrete and steel.
The writing's on the walland we can't get enough of it.
Things get shapely in the backyard.
Perched on a challenging site in West Vancouver, this concrete creation from design team McLeod Bovell is a revelation.
Soft hues and natural inspiration guides the season's hottest rug and tile designs.
The workhorses of your home, these appliances are practical, powerful and oh-so stylish.
Celebrate the Year of the Monkey in the city that knows how to play.
These modern light designs are out-of-this-world.
A globe-trotting Mexican family fashions their ideal retreat in B.C.s ski mecca.
A heritage home celebrates the past and the holidays in a modern way.
Bring on the holiday shine! Deck the halls with a warm glow in copper, brass or gold.
Inside designer Carrie McCarthy's Pender Island home, where simple luxury rules.
Whether sleek or soft, these sofas are the best place to hibernate as the cooler weather sets in.
Add a little wow to a room with one of these dynamic wild cards.
Geometric, angular, curved and straight: 2016 lighting is all about creating interesting shapes.
Here's a list of our favourite coffee tables coming out for 2016.
Choosing an accent or occasional chair is like putting on that last piece of jewellery to make an outfitthe finishing touch in a space.
Bring the outside in with bold and blooming wallpaper in statement-making patterns.
Falken Reynolds Go Nordic for a Whistler Ensuite
Appliances get bold and make a serious statement with dark hues and some rather grand gestures.
Designer Majida Boga Devani wanted to create a kitchen that would both honour the historic neighbourhood where its located, and celebrate modern design as well.
Our featured designer answers questions on his personal style.
A decades-long collection of art provides the launch point for designer Douglas Cridlands condo.
Lighting toughens up and channels industrial chic, calling on cogs, springs, wires, tubes and bare bulbs for stripped-down structure.
Cheery cherry red and stark snow white are the perfect holiday pairing, evoking the tradition of the season while making a modern statement.
Christmas is equal parts haute, ho ho ho and happy home for a young B.C. family.
Its mid-term season, so add some pi factor to your living space this fall. Circles, squares, curves and lines come together for some pattern play in these coffee and side tables. Compass and protractor not required.
A Vancouver couple makes a century-old house relevant again.
When the weather starts to cool, these high-design fireplaces and stylish accessories are just warming up.
Keep that carefree warm-weather vibe going into fall with these beachy, organic colours and no-muss, no-fuss paints.
Practical meets poetic in a home on the coast, just right for hosting three generations.
This house whisperer dresses up a bathroom for the gilded age.
Look down: innovation and creativity have gone horizontal. Take it to the floor, from rather glam graffiti and beastly (in name only) beauty to concrete chic and hardwood that quite literally clears the air.
Design at home channels a bit of vintage charm while staying thoroughly modern: think pastels without the Miami Vice, or big, bold, structured fabricsbut lose the shoulder pads. These are five fun trends you wont want to miss.
A Calgary couple infuses a historic home with worldly style.
Channel the heyday of Art Deco, Jay Gatsby and Lady Mary Crawley and add a little peacockgolds, greens and bluesto your holiday decor.
A familys Whistler retreat is built around a gabled great room that simply soars.
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