Tag Archive: Architecture

urban fix

Lately, almost any reason is reason enough for me to flee the monotony (and not so quiet desperation) of this town and head back to Toronto. But the best reason of all, is… Continue reading

creative space: amy merrick

Floral design and Amy Merrick are a style relationship that should last forever. With a background in fashion design but a desire to switch paths, she landed at Saipua where she cut her… Continue reading

evergreen brickworks: part two

A little more Toronto bliss And so much gratitude to Anthony from Evergreen for sharing the incredible video Crowd The Schoolhouse with me … and you! photos by: bliss {in images}

bliss at the brickworks: part one

I spent the weekend in my hometown visiting my Number One and was so pumped to get there! Despite the brief appearance of a broody sky the weather was stellar for roaming Toronto.… Continue reading

faded glory

For most of us, the notion of a decaying Irish manor house is the stuff of literary daydreams or period films. But in 1979, Andrew Bush, a 23-year old American photographer was hitchhiking… Continue reading

wee house

Once upon a time, at the farmhouse where we lived, my kids had a treehouse. It had all the key elements of a child’s private space. It was simple and uncomplicated, and held… Continue reading

small is beautiful: sandra foster

I think of my new living space as a bird’s nest perched at the top of a most beautiful tree. It’s small and contained, but so very comfy. I like my little nest,… Continue reading

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