We live in a red brick, two story, semi-detached house in Toronto that we've been transforming room by room since we purchased it in 2007. Our tastes tend to the transitional, classic style - think white moulding and trimwork, black hardware, and vintage details - that's us. We try and do much of the renovating ourselves. I do the planning and decorating, HandyMan figures out how we actually get things built, and we both fight over the power tools.
We've created a home that is filled with architectural details and uniquely our style. Have a look around, open the closet doors, and check out our home.
What's the +? We believe that anything worth doing, is worth doing well. We
So as you look around our house, see our crafts, and follow our projects, notice the details. We think you'll spy something different. In this world of do it quick, get it done fast, temporary fixes, we like to slow it down, think carefully, and add the +. The difference is in the details, and the details make all the difference.
a conference for bloggers and we love all things design - we've even written an architecture book together. With the birth of our daughter in 2009, life got more interesting. Our house now feels even more like a home (I guess children can do that!) so we post about our home life - crafts, sewing, recipes and spending time as a family - too. There's still plenty of rooms to renovate and decorate so join us as we experiment with our power tools and continue to transform our home.
Want to follow along? Subscribe via email so you don't miss a thing!