How windows and doors can transform and organize your space, make it more comfortable, beautiful, and healthy It has been quite the year and a half. “Unprecedented” has become a common word in our vernacular as the world has changed and adjusted to meet the new needs and demands our daily lives in the wake of a global pandemic. According to Statistics Canada, ever since the pandemic began early last year, a whopping 5 million people have shifted to working from home. In fact, the work from home population now sits at 39.1% of all workers. This a stark increase from 2016 numbers, were only 4% of Canadians worked from home. What this means for homes is that they now have to double as offices. The problem is most of us who work out of the house didn’t purchase their property with the intent of it requiring a usable workspace.…

Home improvement and renovations shows are great for professional, amateur, and window-shopping designers alike. You get all sorts of great inspiration and creative ideas for how to apply the latest interior design trends, bringing your vision to life. Unfortunately for most of us, we aren’t going to open our door to find the Property Brothers ready to overhaul and decorate our houses. So, we need to take inspiration from magazines, tv shows, Pinterest and friends with good style to help make our houses the homes we dream about. Keeping up with design trends could be a full-time job. Just when you think shiplap is all the rage, you hear rumblings that we will soon look back at them the same way we did on wood panelled basements and avocado appliances. Whether you want to be on the cutting edge of the latest trends and styles in design, or are more…