Recent Articles:


heritage revitalization

Restoring our historic buildings turns them into a community asset


The San Francisco 
you don’t know

Have you cruised underneath the Golden Gate Bridge, toured the Exploratorium 
when there are no kids in sight or visited
the Presidio? If not, find out what you’ve 
been missing


Lessons from my laneway house

Four years after buying my house on Vancouver’s Wall Street, I finally decided the time was right to build a laneway house.


An Electrifying Supercar

BMW’s i8 makes a fast and fashionable ‘going green’ statement


School time for green thumbs

At the Vancouver Sun Gardeners’ School, you’ll gain information and inspiration for your outdoor projects


Quail’s gate at 25

This family-operated vineyard started cautiously as a farm-gate winery and today stands out among more than 270 wineries in B.C.


To dine for: How sweet it is

Each issue we ask high-octane foodies to share a favourite recipe and dish on the same seven revealing questions.


Thumbs up for 2015

Experts see continued strength in Greater Vancouver’s real-estate market


At The Show: Putting on the Glitz for 2015

Expect the rustic decor trend to give way to glamour, says stylist Janette Ewen


Mad for Marsala

It’s always interesting to see what Pantone predicts as the colour most likely to start popping up on walls and in fabrics, furnishings and accessories.


A retreat fit for an heiress

Doris Duke’s Honolulu home, Shangri La, showcases her passion for Islamic art


Preparing for a new mortgage

Pulling together the right documents can help your mortgage approval go quickly and smoothly


Winning Formula

Award-winning young designer blends classical with contemporary


Inspired by nature

Gerda Marschall uses vibrant colours to express her love for the eastern Ontario countryside


Laneway lore

When building a laneway house don’t think in terms of price per square foot, advises builder Ranj Maha