Western Living Magazine
A Seven-Bedroom Pied-a-Terre Designed to Bring Family Together
This Stunning Home on a Kelowna Apple Orchard Has Separate Wings for Living and Sleeping
Vote for the WL Home of the Year 2022!
Recipe: Coconut Lemon Amaretti
New ‘House Special’ Docuseries Charts the Bittersweet Nostalgia of Chinese-Canadian Cuisine
Recipe: Castelfranco Radicchio and Quince Salad with Stracciatella
The Ultimate Winter Staycation Guide 2023: 6 Great Places to Explore in B.C.
B.C. Winter Staycation Guide 2023: 48 Hours in Tofino
B.C. Winter Staycation Guide 2023: Everything You Need to Know About Whistler’s Creekside
Cult Fave Footwear Brand Manitobah Hits the Nordstrom Shelves
Try This New Line of Reusable Gift Wrap for a More Sustainable Holiday Season
Protected: Leading the Way in Home Kitchen Luxury
Introducing Western Living’s 2022 Designers of the Year Award Winners
WL Architects of the Year 2022: Measured Architecture
WL Robert Ledingham Memorial Award for an Emerging Interior Designer 2022: Studio Roslyn
Smoked glass and see-through accessories and lighting inject that trending 70s vibe.
“People are really loving the airy, ethereal effect that yards of sheer fabric can create,” says Calgary interior designer Reena Sotropa. “Wall-to-wall sheers will finish off a space beautifully without making it feel too stuffy. This, in combination with the soft, diffused light that results, makes sheer drapery a winner.”
Design firms McIntyre Bills, Elena Del Bucchia Design and Amanda Hamilton Design demonstrate how sheer drapes diffuse light and add a touch of effortless luxury.
“Glass pieces—which will continue to be very popular through 2018—are presented in rich, warm, layered forms.”—Rachel Martinuk, Ste. Marie Art and Design, Vancouver
Smoke on the WaterThis Bilbao coffee table (from $769) is black-grey glass on concrete for effortless cool. boconcept-vancouver.ca
Double BubbleIt’s a marriage of flirty pink tints and sci-fi with Tom Dixon’s Bump series (from $95). informinteriors.com
Nothing to HideWe love the subtle texture of these mouth-blown glass bowls ($385) by German-based Guaxs. providehome.com