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Theres an appreciation for simple, beautiful, everyday things, like the spring-fed lake or the towering cedars and Douglas firs that provide plenty of blow-down for nightly bonfires.
From stone-and-metallic stools and study mirrors to frankincense-infused diffusers and colour-blocked plates.
Hand-hewn axes, a Scandi-cool chair and more.
Interesting and elevated home and decor gifts for those with style in mind.
Curl up by the fire with one of these design-focused reads.
A sofa that reminds of a chocolate bar, a room divider made luminous with resin flakes, a cozy blanket for cool nights, and more.
A new-meets-very old restaurant concept lands in B.C.s capital, adding to a series of recently opened, must-visit rooms.
Architect Rol Fieldwalker revisits the site of his groundbreaking Spiral House and begins anew.
This duo turn discarded chopsticks into design gold.
Graphic cushions, gorgeous glassware, sculptural bookends and more goods for the home.
A former 1970s hotel suite in downtown Victoria is redesigned to fade into the scenery.
Terrazo candles, modernist patio furniture, bold block tile and more decor and accessories on our wish list right now.
With this award-winning interior design in West Vancouver, designer Robert Bailey offers a formal approach to coastal living.
This McLeod Bovell project embraces hard-working materialsand colour.
The Victoria chef is building an empire, and taking the city along with him.
Delicate porcelain votives, modernist pieces for the patio and more.
Glam rock-inspired tiles, suede backpacks and more product picks we love.
Our fave new kitchen accessories are hiding in plain sight.
Stunning dining tables, mohair lounge chairs and more furniture and accessories we love.
Multidisciplinary artist Sara Clark turns her talents to traditional materials.
A new generation of shopkeepers pay homage to the multi-purpose stores that once dominated Canadian towns.
As we head into the season of dormancy, moody floral patterns are coming into full bloom.
A Vancouver knitwear designer opens shop on the Island, bringing together a like-minded mix of designers and artists in the process.
Owners Bianca Bodley and Lindsay Mitchell put an emphasis on locally made goods and outdoor accessories.
Victoria florist and gardener Clare Monica Day knows how to work her green thumb.
Designer Nancy Riesco transformed a heritage building in Victoria's Old Town district into a stunning apartment block.
With a brand new cookbook, Blue Heron Creamery's Karen McAthy brings vegan cheese making to the masses.
These island sisters represent a new wave of landlords, curating a foodie community with their tenants.
Owner Marla Ebell turns a stylist's eye on everyday objects.
How designer Madeleine Schmidt managed to incorporate colour in a 1920s master bath.
Victoria's Clare Monica Day doesand she's sharing her best tips for how to grow one at home.
Because it's never too early to start thinking of patio season.
Elissa Harvey brings storied textiles like mud cloth and indigo to Victoria, furthering the trend toward handmade craft and patterns in modern interiors.
Custom millwork, made-to-order appliances (yes, that's a rotisserie oven) and a stand-alone prep spacethis West Vancouver kitchen has it all.
A retrospective on Vancouver Island ceramicists Jan and Helga Grove opening this month offers an opportunity to look backand then forward to the next generation.
Victoria's crown jewel gets a chic makeover.
Knock the last few names off your Christmas lists with these delightful gifts from our fave Victoria boutiques.
A multi-year renovation sends the Fairmont Empress Hotel back to its Edwardian past.
This Victoria ceramicist puts a new spin on craftsmanship.
A sweeping window and an understated elegance makes this home in Victoria the perfect balance of timeless design and modernity.
Go green this spring with a little help from the experts.
With its hip reclaimed-fabric bags, Red Flag is having a banner year.
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