Brenda O’Farrell

Brenda O’Farrell

Landscapes That Evoke Deep Emotion

Landscapes That Evoke Deep Emotion

The Canadian landscape: How would you define it? How would you sum up its vastness? Its diversity? Its iconic qualities? Its ruggedness? Its uniqueness? Scott MacKenzie has, in fact, tried. And it is this attempt that has given...

Gathering Place

Gathering Place

Photography: Ariana TennysonStyling: Jaclyn Peters It is widely accepted that no man is an island, but can the same measure be applied to a kitchen? The answer depends on the kitchen – and the island, of course. But...

The Trifecta Of Bathroom Design

PHOTOGRAPHY: VALERIE WILCOXSTYLING: ALANA FIRESTONE AND JORDY FAGAN Having a bathroom that falls out of the pages of a magazine is a dream, but having three, well, that’s the trifecta. And the bonus: the cumulative effect resets the look...

Under The Dome

Under The Dome

Photography: Maxime Valsan In the quiet of a new morning, the sun casts the first rays of light on the maple trees that stand on the mountainous ridge before it begins a delicate dance on the surface of...

Less Is So Much More

Less Is So Much More

Like all style and fashion, kitchen design evolves. It is constantly changing, advancing, incorporating innovation. Its progression can actually be charted on a timeline, a historical trajectory that plots the milestones in its advancement – from the invention...

A Feast For The Senses

A Feast For The Senses

Photo: Alison Slattery Connecting customers with the creative workings in the kitchen: That is one of the themes in today’s restaurant design. Gone are the days when chefs toiled behind doors that would swing open and closed as...

Sunny Side Up

Sunny Side Up

PHOTOGRAPHY: EMA PETER STYLING: KELLY REYNOLDS A major part of the redesign of the kitchen included the installation of larger windows on two walls to provide a panoramic view of the water. Andrew and Laura Barnes love to...

Stylish Statements

Stylish Statements

PHOTOGRAPHY: STEPHANI BUCHMAN STYLING: ALI BUDD There are styles: contemporary, transitional, traditional. And then, there are statements. They don’t come with labels or fall into categories, though. They tend to speak for themselves. But what if the two...

A New Chapter

A New Chapter

PHOTOGRAPHY: LARRY ARNALSTYLING: JANE LOCKHART Every new experience in life is accompanied by a set of lessons. Instructions are not usually included, unfortunately. That’s because many of life’s teachings are plucked from the bin labelled “live and learn.”...

Open Spaces

Open Spaces

PHOTOGRAPHY: TRACEY AYTONSTYLING: SARAH LACKEY AND JACKIE TAGGART Undertaking a renovation is always an opportunity to raise the bar – to improve the layout, the look, the style, and functionality of a home. But when a renovation affords...

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