Gaining much needed retail space

Popular, but tiny boutique, Jane’s Again in Wolfville became much larger with its recent renovation. With careful space planning, specific colour placement and furnishings that accommodate and showcase merchandise, there’s so much more room in this little shop. Not a square foot was added, yet the space looks and feels doubled in size. It’s more fun than ever to shop at Jane’s Again!

A Matter of Scale

The opulent paneling, wallpaper and moldings may be too much for your home.  But if you love this look, it can be achieved in a scale that’s sized right for your home.  Don’t you just love the modern wall sconce and contemporary casual seating set in this grand room?  

Enthusiastic Clients

I’m always delighted to receive photos from clients who are busting with excitement and pride in their newly decorated spaces.  Here are excerpts from two such emails that I received this past week. Living Room In Progress – “The sofa just came and it is SO beautiful.  We are trying out the arrangement you originally suggested….  Can you tell we are feeling quite excited!…  I am sitting on our new sofa with my laptop on my knees  – enjoying it all!”   – Bonnie and Carole Blending the Old with the New –  “The furniture, designs, colors and carpets are terrific!… We are …

Plant shelf

Turn high ledges into green spaces. A simple version of a living wall or green wall. Water from a step ladder or watering wand. Plants that don’t require frequent watering are ideal.

Design Inspirations

For a sophisticated update, add deep green and grey to the staple aqua and white bathroom.  Of course, these colours will work beautifully in any room!

For Those Seeking Sanctuary

NOVEMBER 24, 2017 from Christina Mogk’s MECC Blog Post embrace the bold interiors of the pitch dark palette There’s no doubt that it takes real courage to use dark colours inside the home. They aren’t for the faint-hearted but when used well, they have the ability to completely transform a …

Where Will We Live When We Are Older?

A roundtable discussion on making the decision to downsize is happening at the Merritt Gibson Memorial Library on Thursday, October 19 at 2-4PM Find out what life is like in a cohousing community. Talk to people who downsized to something small.  Ask about costs.  Bring your questions and concerns. Refreshments provided. Free. Speakers: Carolyn Green, Lorax Woodlands Kimberly Smith, Cohousing in Nova Scotia Discussion Group Deborah Nicholson and Michael Gabriel, co-owners of the Mod House on North Avenue Caroline Whitby, Managed for You: Home Transition Tara Webb, Annapolis Valley homeSHARE/Women’s Place Resource Centre Tour of modular house on North Avenue …