Gone are the days where your only option was a Murphy bed, or to frantically throw away your personal belongings when downsizing. There are many great options for designing and decorating your small space to make the most out of what you have - and what you don't.
Composting improves the health of your soil by adding organic material. It also helps the soil retain moisture and absorb nutrients. Composting also saves you money, while allowing you to retain a beautiful healthy lawn and garden, and it's a fulfilling environmental hobby. Check out this post for a beginner guide to getting started.
Just because your backyard isn't huge doesn't mean you can't enjoy your own personal outdoor oasis at home. Check out this recent blog for some practical tips to make the most out of your small backyard - no matter the size.
Gardening has physical, mental and emotional benefits for those with the hobby. Whether you are looking to learn about gardening for beginners or just continue to learn to garden, experienced gardeners provide great tips in this recent blog post.
Whether you're on a specific diet, or just looking to eat healthier this year, cauliflower is a great, versatile vegetable that can be snacked on, on it's own or added to, or subbed into your favorite recipes. Here are some of our fave cauliflower recipes.
We’re excited to have RenovationFind as a sponsor of the 2023 Calgary Home + Garden Show. Before you visit this innovative company at BMO Centre February 23-26, please enjoy our brief interview with the RenovationFind team below. RenovationFind.com is a free online directory of trades, contractors and home renovation companies. Every business on the website goes through a pre-screening process conducted by a third-party organization.
Whether you’re looking for DIY inspiration or just garden care advice, it can be hard to decide whose advice you should follow for your specific home or garden project. The content these North American Garden Experts are posting on YouTube, and their blogs, is incredibly valuable.
Brittany McNab of Fifteen Twelve Home Co. gives you do's and don'ts and important considerations for creating a well-styled home. She designed the Sleep Country Home + Garden Main Stage at the 2023 Calgary Home + Garden Show.
Emma Terrell is The Urban Botanist. She has spent the past 6 years as an international speaker, offering workshops on plant care, pausing with plants, terrarium workshops, and so much more. Everyone can find their green thumb and Emma spills her secrets for harnessing natural beauty to create a more pleasant living space in this blog.
You're building your dream home gym, but need a bit of design inspiration to make the perfect workout space for you. Check out some of these great ideas and get to sweating, from the comfort of your own home.
You've decided to build your dream home gym rather than opting for a gym membership. Before you start construction, make sure you read these important considerations so you build your gym in a logical and convenient space in your home.
Weight loss and healthy living are one of the most common New Year's Resolutions made year after year. If you're debating between creating your own dream home gym or buying a membership, here are some good reasons to think about creating your own health space at home.
Statista noted that "in 2020, over $880 million worth of potted plants were sold in Canada" which isn't surprising considering the popularity of both indoor and outdoor gardening has only grown since the start of the pandemic. If you're thinking of jumping on the gardening train but need some convincing, you've come to the right place.
*Canadian Edition* The last few years has had an emphasis on DIY-ing and working on many of our own personal home projects as we turn our houses into dream homes. Avoid making costly mistakes by knowing what to do yourself, and how to pick the right pro, when you can't.
With winter fast approaching, there's another type of winterizing you can do with your home. Make the indoors your ultimate relaxing space with a reading nook or cozy corner to help you hibernate for the next few months.
Some say baking is more of a science than an art. But holiday baking doesn't have to be scary - even if you are a first time baker. From taking things slow to double checking your measurements, there are a lot of easy things you can do to increase your chances for success.