Recent Articles in ‘Staging’
Revisit the Vancouver of 40 years ago at the grunt gallery until June 8, via a photo-mapping expedition made on Oct. 30, 1972, by four artists —
Contractor and architect teamed up to turn shingle-clad dwelling into comfortable family home GRANIA LITWIN Victoria Times Colonist This house had a bad case of the shingles when Joan and Robert bought it seven years ago. It was painful to look at. Asphalt roofing shingles had been tacked onto the walls of the century-old southern Vancouver
Renovation puts a premium on bright, light spaces
With each of her vibrant mixed-media canvases, artist Donna Baspaly launches herself into the unknown.
‘If people can’t afford a work of art the carpet can become an artistic piece . . . a room’s personality can change with the switch of a new rug.’
Those subtle hues – cool or warm – are key to creating colours that work
Calgary design expert Alykhan Velji presents homeowners with a Vancouver take on downsizing design
Between two pencil strokes, I decided to allow myself a short but well deserved break on my sunny patio.
I’ve been asked the colour of my eyes, my mood and even my parachute.