1. If you had to choose a single paint colour to define Alberta’s prairies, what would you choose?

    Benjamin Moore Fairview Taupe HC-85. I use this colour often on exteriors to compliment the Calgary landscape. “Fairview Taupe” resembles the darker tones of the prairie wheat fields that I love. It has richness to it, with just enough warmth behind it, and blends in with the natural landscape.” – Rochelle Cote, Rochelle Cote Interior Design [Read More]

  2. Foothills Home Lottery to benefit at-risk babies

    Sure the river views, 20-foot great room and lounge with walk-up bar are nice.

    But the potential winning ticket for the $2.4 million grand prize home in this year's Foothills Hospital Home Lottery, which launched Wednesday, will also mean babies fighting for their lives will stand a better chance. [Read More]

  3. Functional living in Bourdeax II

    “This home is perfect for those looking to downsize without the sacrifice.”

    At some point it just happens. You decide shovelling snow and mowing the lawn are better to watch than to do and those stairs aren’t such a good thing anymore, either. The Bourdeaux II villa, from Calbridge Homes, in the community of Artesia will let you put these ideas into practise, says Ariana Kelly, marketing communications co-ordinator. [Read More]

  4. Calbridge unveils new lottery home with views of the river

    When Calbridge Homes designed its new lottery home, the lot’s relationship with the Bow River was too impressive to ignore. The $2.4 million luxury homein Cranston’s Riverstone with $50,000 cash, is the grand prize for the next Foothills Hospital Home Lottery. Riverstone is a southeast Calgary community by Brookfield Residential. [Read More]

  5. Lavish $2.4 million home the highlight of Foothills Hospital Home Lottery

    Sure the river views, 20-foot great room and lounge with walk-up bar are nice.

    But the potential winning ticket for the $2.4 million grand prize home in this year’s Foothills Hospital Home Lottery, which launched Wednesday, will also mean babies fighting for their lives will stand a better chance. [Read More]

  6. Use navy as the new neutral

    "For so long, people were using dark brown or grey", says Aly Velji, principal of Alykhan Velji Designs. "Now it's blue - the darker blues, the navies - that is coming on trend." [Read More]