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Weve narrowed it down to the Top 5keep voting for our first-ever Home of the Year! The winner will be revealed Wednesday, December 20.
We’ve spent the last two weeks collecting votes for our first-ever readers’ choice awards (see the full list of finalists here), and now it’s time for us to reveal our Top 5 finalists: listed below, in no particular order, are gorgeous homes designed by Paul Lavoie, Aly Velji, James McIntyre, Frits de Vries Architects and the owner of Smithers’ Salt Boutique, all still vying for your votes to become Western Living‘s 2017 Home of the Year!Scroll through the photos to find your fave, and then submit your vote at the bottom of article. Vote as often as you’d like and share your favourites with friends. We’ll be crowning the victor on December 20.
Designer Paul Lavoie brings some California cool to a Calgary home with views for miles.
A historic community hall gets a second life as a warm and welcoming home for a young family, designed by the homeowner herself—owner of Smithers’ Salt Boutique.
Calgary designer Aly Velji brings a Palm Springs Christmas vibe to his mid-century home.
Calgary designer James McIntyre turns his Arizona vacation home into the ultimate design experiment with a one-of-a-kind Morocco-meets-Tom-Ford vibe.
A home on Bowen Island designed by Patrick Warren and the team at Frits de Vries Architects captures forest and ocean views—and the happiness of its residents within.
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