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Living Life Large at Yonge ‘N Bloor

August 2nd, 2010 | City Living

If you ask any Torontonian to pick the centre axis of the city, they'd probably reply "Yonge and Bloor Streets". Serving as the gateway to the very chic Bloor Street and Yorkville retailers for fashion and home furnishings, as well as the central pivot point of the Yonge and Bloor… Read Full Entry

Pretense-Free Snob Appeal

July 29th, 2010 | City LivingRejuvenating The Button FactoryLeslieville/Riverside

Snob 388 Carlaw Avenue #202F
Toronto, Ontario, M4M 2T4 Tel: 416.778.8778
Fax: 416.778.0606   I love to entertain. In fact, I have been gathering friends and family around my table to feast and laugh for almost twenty-five years. I'm not a chef by any means, but I have learned that the… Read Full Entry

Kitchen A GoGo

July 27th, 2010 | House And HomeRejuvenating The Button FactoryCollege Street/Little Italy


So it's been six months since I slipped into Makeover Madness and decided to upgrade my loft from boho to chic. Not that it was an instant decision. It started with a desire to finally unpack my cd collection and boxes of books that were gathering dust in… Read Full Entry

Fluke Sunday

July 19th, 2010 | Real Estate

When I was becoming a fresh-faced newly-minted realtor twenty years ago I was accepting, in perpetuity, a chosen career path which would entail my being available most every Sunday for the rest of my working life. After all, back in the day before the rise of the self-employed consultant and flex hours, most people… Read Full Entry

Sizzle And Spice

July 16th, 2010 | House And HomeRejuvenating The Button FactoryCollege Street/Little Italy

One of my favourite home improvements is the custom gas barbecue located on my sunbrella-covered cedar-decked dining pavilion that's wrapped in ivy-clad original factory windows. The scorching hot gas grill unit was inset into a custom steel cabinet eight feet long backed by a stainless steel trellis that provides some privacy between my neighbours and I.… Read Full Entry

Glass Pizzazz

July 14th, 2010 | House And HomeReal Estate

For those who love light, the increasing availability of condominium residences with crisp clean lines and expansive floor to ceiling windows are a much-welcome relief from the traditional brick facades with small windows endemic to Toronto condominiums dating fifteen to twenty-five years ago. Even a decade ago when condominiums were becoming more cutting-edge… Read Full Entry

True Colours

July 5th, 2010 | City LivingLifestyleReal EstateRecommended Reads

Are gay neighbours good for property values? Even though you may personally despise those perfectly trimmed topiaries that flank each side of the freshly painted red front door on Fred and Barney's just-restored picture-perfect Cape Code dwell, replete with vintage coach lamp and brass door knocker, research shows that the… Read Full Entry

Happy Birthday Canada!

July 1st, 2010 | City Living

So Canada is 143 years old today! Pretty swell eh? I consider myself truly blessed to be Canadian. How fortunate to live in one of the most progressive liberated countries in the world, with unlimited opportunities and oodles of space. I couldn't imagine living anywhere else quite frankly, for even… Read Full Entry

Quintessential Stylegarage

June 28th, 2010 | City LivingHouse And HomeRejuvenating The Button FactoryQueen West

I've always been a fan of Stylegarage, the purveyor of crisp clean-lined furnishings. Over the years I've come to depend on them for stainless steel mirrors and smart ambient lighting. They even did a custom stair railing for me...all items I'll post in future blogs.

But those… Read Full Entry

The Heat Is On

June 25th, 2010 | Real Estate

Mix one part obsessed World Cup Soccer fans driving around town honking and waving flags from their cars, with one part traffic gridlock exacerbated by wrapping our financial core in concrete and barbed wire for the G20 summit, and then bake it under this week's hot humid weather system! Voila,… Read Full Entry