Real Estate

A Lakeside Vintage Wonderland

An Etsy seller fills her lakeside B.C. cottage with secondhand treasures

A Minimalist-Modernist B.C. Home

“We were pushed out of our comfort zone, to embrace things we would not necessarily think of on our own”

Inside a Renovated Church by the Sea

An artist transformed this Newfoundland church into a three-bedroom rental property

A Plant Lover’s Paradise

A spiralling roof, a 60-foot waterfall, “dinosaur trees”—how architects breathed new life into Winnipeg’s The Leaf

From Creepy Basement to Swanky Speakeasy

“Now we have a club in our basement.”

Mortgage-Free in Alberta

Odette Karlsson sold her Kitchener townhouse for $700,000 and bought a new one in Alberta for half the price

A Full House in New Brunswick

The Ostrander bunch moved to Fredericton with three adult kids, four dogs, three cats and a hamster

My retirement project? Building affordable co-housing.

Bureaucratic barriers make housing inconvenient and expensive to build. If you get creative, it doesn’t have to be.

A photo of a kitchen with blue cabinets and an orange door off to the side.

Habitat: Inside a technicolor kids’ wonderland in Toronto’s east end

The owners gutted the place and turned it into a retro fun house

This cozy new dorm solved one B.C. college’s student-housing woes

In remote B.C., Coast Mountain College’s nature-inspired dorm isn’t just a place for pre-class power naps. It’s a home away from home.

A split photo. On the left is the front of a pink house. On the right is a woman in blue jeans, a white top, and a blue cardigan standing in front of the front door.

How this run-down Halifax home became a real-life Barbie Dreamhouse 

Seasoned home renovator Rebekah Higgs created her own all-pink palace, which she shares with her daughter and dog 

A man and a woman standing in front of a green two-storey building

The Move: How two Toronto entrepreneurs revamped a retro Nova Scotia general store

Audra Williams and Haritha Gnanaratna wrote an unhinged letter, chased government funding and pulled up what they call “a lasagna” of carpet to realize their dream: Rosefinch Mercantile and Tea Room in Port Medway, Nova Scotia