...lar satisfaction is the manner in which our city is featured in this Globe and Mail article. The piece, by Josh O’Kane (who is from these parts), touches on various businesses and projects in the region (BonFire, the Santara, Dr Jane Walsh, residential clients: Glenda and Chad Williams, Laura Nicholson and Jeff Brewer, to name a few). Most importantly, it features Jeff Roach from Sociallogical, who really deserves the recognition. Jeff both...

...atured on HGTV.ca GRATEFUL TO BE RECOGNIZED IN THE GLOBE AND MAIL BUSINESS SECTION: It’s a wonderful thing to be the focus of a national publication, but what gives me particular satisfaction is the manner in which our city is featured in this Globe and Mail article. The piece, by Josh O’Kane (who is from these parts), touches on various businesses and projects in the region (BonFire, the Santara, Dr Jane Walsh, residential clients: Gl...

...omes, along with client projects, been featured on HGTV, the Globe and Mail, and made the covers of East Coast Living Magazine, thrice. As an extension of, and complement to, Tuck Interiors, Judith along with her husband Robert Moore built a contemporary house on 2.3 acres in the heart of the city’s heritage district. This project, INTO THE WILD, was featured in a four-part print documentary in the prestigious quarterly International Architecture...

...eaningful spaces and smart products. INTO THE WILD FEATURED IN THE GLOBE & MAIL.     Our architects, were featured as one of Canada’s Style Setters in Saturday’s Globe & Mail. Thank you Carley Fourtune for this article! We are grateful to Suzanne Robichaud from IAD (International Architecture & Design) for her fourth and final installment on our journey of ‘into the wild’. [Show as slideshow] Photos: Mark Hemmings...

...of which is the wedding gift we gave to each other.   Photo of Globe and Mail article in Design Trends section, April 9. 2011 – Jane’s inspiration for her new space to yet be defined. By way of outlining her design sensibilities, Jane gave me one tear sheet from a Globe and Mail lifestyle article she was particularly drawn to and simply said “Go to town.” I’m not sure if I ever made it to town, but what follows,...

....  That said, you can pretty much open up any recent Globe and Mail, Glossy International Magazine, National Post, and read all about them. This particular blog is going out to Kathy, my dear sister-in-law, who recently commissioned the Brothers to create a chandelier for her cottage near North Bay, Ontario, as well as a side table.  (Note to my jealous heart:  be happy for her!).     If you wish to sign up to receive this...

...ature Billy bookcase. According to the Globe and Mail blog, “The new model will have deeper shelves … perfect for holding the knick-knacks many consumers want to display, instead of archaic paperbacks or hardcovers.” As an act of resistance to the passing of the “archaic” bookshelf (and the dismal triumph of the knick-knack), I suggest looking into the possibilities of fontography. And I don’t mean: decals running along a bathroom...

...a price that’s getting heftier by the year. According to the Globe and Mail, “wedding budgets are … ballooning in Canada, where the average expected cost rose to $23,330 last year from $20,129 in 2010.” The major drains on budget include the venue, dress, ring, photographer, planner and florist, but any number of sundry expenses can quickly drive costs through the roof: guest favours, the rehearsal dinner, bridesmaids shoes and fancy invitations....

...st Coast Living Magazine, HGTV, W Network and the Globe & Mail to name just a few. “Our team has grown from three to six full-time employees and we’ve simply run out of room in the store for our interior design business. We’d originally built an upper mezzanine to be office space for our design team. However, we’re simply bursting at the seams and need more office space. We’ll now use the upper level to display more furniture and decor for an...

...(to read more about our design relationship – read Globe and Mail article here.) Glenda confided in me at the time of their visit that she was ‘stuck’. She had managed to pick out light fixtures, flooring, the right white paint and to design her kitchen and choose the right appliances, but now it was time to fill in the rest of her space and she didn’t know where to start. To that point, all she’d purchased was a sofa from Restoration Hardwa...

...s, start-ups, and medical offices. Her work has been featured in the Globe and Mail, HGTV, Slice TV, W Network, East Coast Living Magazine, M aritime Edit and Progress Magazine to name just a few.  Along with an abiding commitment to service and value, key to Judith’s vision is a focus on Canadian furniture companies, original art and, not least, any reason to share a celebratory beer or a good glass of bubbly with her clients!   &...

..., House & Home, Style at Home, Chatelaine, Saltscapes, and the Globe and Mail. Exchange Policy Our return policy: All furniture, custom pieces, art and speciality ordered items are final sale. There are no returns on these items. All decor item(s) can be exchanged for an in studio credit note within 30 days of purchase with receipt. Items must be in their original packaging and/or in the same condition as they were purchased. Additional Inform...

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