Everyone has their Christmas traditions. Mine is “the last-minute present.”
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What’s more satisfying than a good makeover? One that benefits charity!
All summer long, Christina Dennis of Stony Plain, Alberta has been engaged in a series of head-to-head battles for the title of Western Canada’s Next Home Stylist—and has emerged victorious.
Do-it-yourself projects don’t always cater to the impatient.
Summer is the perfect time to get your craft on.
Celeb interior designer Alykhan Velji is used to working with big budgets for home makeovers, and yet he still loves to DIY and have a little “crafter-noon.”
Moving into my first apartment in Vancouver, I wasn’t picky about furniture and almost everything was secondhand.
Even with 41 years in the bee biz, Hives for Humanity co-founder Julia Common is a newcomer to urban beekeeping.
After years of rescuing homeowners from their misadventures on HGTV shows like Leave it to Bryan and Disaster DIY, Bryan Baeumler has witnessed just about every DIY blunder in the book.
A home makeover can be a huge investment of time and money. Fortunately, birdhouses of a feather are neither labour-intensive nor costly.
The challenge? Update a boring wall where conventional art may not fit.
Where some bathroom renovators see limitations, interior designer Jamie Banfield sees possibilities.
We’re just two weeks into 2015 and countless New Year’s resolutions have already bitten the dust.
With Christmas one week away, you may be running out of time or cash in the hunt for those last few presents. Have no fear, your DIY gift guide is here.
The pompom, beloved for generations by grandmothers everywhere, is the definition of old school. And just like tights, crop tops and scrunchies, another trend of yore has returned to the fore.
With the holidays fast approaching, 24 hours caught up with Papyrus’ expert Gift Stylist, Manuel Anastacio to learn how to make three amazing bows.
As the Canadian city with the second highest number of rainy days annually, (second only to nearby Abbotsford), Raincouver is the perfect testing ground for advances in waterproofing.
For some reason I buy umbrellas like I buy my luggage: black or dark blue, with no distinguishing characteristics.
For me, battling clutter in the entryway is a daily struggle.
There are some wild Ikea hacks out there, where desk lamps amalgamate into singular chandeliers and bookcases are rebuilt to conjoin like two-headed beasts.