The paint colours we choose for our homes carry more weight than we realize. Selecting a shade for a room is more than aesthetic; it’s about communication. The colours that comprise your home tell a story, and the message you want to send to your guests.
Back in 2012, the Envy Design team embarked on a project to create a forever home for a young couple seeking to make the move from city life to the more relaxed and rural town of Headingly, just ten minutes outside of the Winnipeg perimeter.
Yellow is the unsung hero of Spring: when winter breaks and the golden hues of sunshine come peering in, we know it is time to wave goodbye to winter and usher in a new season filled with fresh beginnings, clean slates, and bright futures.
Anne of Green Gables has become the quintessential coming-of-age story within the Canadian literary landscape. Written by Lucy Maud Montgomery in 1908, the young adult novel recounts the trials and tribulations of eleven-year-old Anne Shirley.
Karl Lagerfeld is a name synonymous with fashion. He was the head and creative director of the fashion house Chanel and the Italian house Fendi, as well as his own fashion label. Lagerfeld was known for his innovative and iconic style, as well as the persona of prestige he crafted around his sleek and distinguished look.
Frida Kahlo was a formidable force of a woman. She was a Mexican artist that consistently interrogated identity, class, and gender through her art. She began experimenting with art at a young age, however, her focus was in medicine.
David Bowie is an icon that remains as relevant and revolutionary in present day as he was in the era of his emergence as a rock and roll superstar. Bowie was a champion of change and his work was marked by reinvention.
For many, the beloved children's bedtime story, Goodnight Moon by author Margret Wise Brown, is synonymous with their fondest childhood memories.
A sweeping sense of nostalgia is unavoidable in any adult encounter with this iconic book.
There aren't too many of us without fond memories of reading Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar as a child. First published in 1969, the beloved classic has gone on to sell 30 million copies world-wide and has been translated into over forty languages.
CBC is regarded as one of the most prominent and influential cultural institutions in Canada. After establishing itself as a platform dedicated to producing and delivering Canadian content from coast to coast, CBC has maintained itself as a protector of Canadian culture, artistry, and values.