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Space And Sanctuary

Spacious, bathed in natural light and situated in an idyllic wooded setting, this multi-generational family lodge is the ultimate getaway.

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Escape to the Woods

This twice renovated Mulmur township home was initially designed to take advantage of its position on a rolling, forested plot of land. In working with the original structure, designer Brad Abbott and builder Blake Farrow created a relaxing escape for a growing family that capitalizes on the serene wooded views.

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A Modern Take

When the McMasters purchased this sprawling Creemore property, an abandoned farmhouse sat vacant among the lush vegetation and mature maple trees. The couple enlisted the help of Ken Zeggil Construction Inc. and together created a home that seamlessly combines innovative architecture with contemporary design

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Light Show

Each room displays an unexpected yet seemingly effortless combination of classic, modern, and inherited furnishings, complemented by sculptural light fixtures and vibrant paintings.

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A Place of Healing

In 2014 the Koretskaya sisters purchased a wooded lot in the Town of the Blue Mountains and embarked on a lifelong dream to build a family home for their parents’ retirement.

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In a New Light

I have written about countless amazing home transformations and listened to homeowner’s tales of the good, the bad, and the expensive when it comes to renovations. One piece of advice I have heard over and over again is, “You have to live in the space first to really know what you’d like to change.”

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Slabtown

Inspiration for the design came from the modern architecture in Scotland where new designers are respecting the history of the traditional ‘black house’, but aspire to take something that was at one time an emblem of sadness and poverty and give it a new voice

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The Light Fantastic

Having outgrown their townhouse in the Blue Mountains, Cathy and Bob dreamed of building the ultimate family escape. Something cozy and sturdy, where theirgrandchildren could run amok—with room for everyone—somewhere the couple could eventually retire.

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