According to The Old Farmer’s Almanac, southern Ontario is in for a cold, wet winter with plenty of rain and snow. Are you ready? We just had our first taste, but what are you going to do if we get hit harder than that?
There’s officially snowfall in the forecast and we even had a few flurries last weekend! Some people are celebrating, while others are in denial. For the latter, we’re sharing a few decor tips to help ensure your bedroom is as cozy as possible this winter
For all of November, we will be focusing on winter tips for homeowners (and tenants too). As with all our seasonal tips, we will be exploring interior and exterior decor ideas and inspiration, home maintenance and potential small scale renovations.
There is a special weather alert for the City of Toronto. The cold snap is expected to last from today through Saturday. Even after the weekend, the temperatures will remain in the negatives over the next couple weeks.
It will be
Want to take your Christmas decorations to the next level? If you’re a confident handyman (or woman!) then this homemade Christmas tree box stand should be no problem!
1) Measure first
Before you start, first make sure
Temperatures are starting to stay below zero! The winter months can often leave your living space feeling equally as cold. Heavier blankets is the obvious solution, but you can also warm things up with wood accents.
Wood adds a natural feeling of
It’s that time of year – you’re likely making plans with your family and friends, or trying to figure out whose turn it is to host this year’s holiday party or dinner.
If you live in a condo, you may feel like
The winter holidays may be the busiest shopping season of the year, but that certainly doesn’t hold true for real estate – while the crowds flock to the mall, they’re much less likely to hit your open house.
Aspiring buyers tend
Have you been putting off packing all your summer clothes into storage? Face it – the temperature has already dropped below zero and there’s a bunch of stuff you don’t need quick access to anymore, plus there’s a lot more winter