We try to make our outdoor living spaces functional and beautiful during the summer by fixing up patios, refreshing the gardens and giving our backyard the TLC it deserves.  With that being said, I think it is also important to focus on your inside space, and especially give your bedrooms a summer facelift!


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If you have seen an episode or two of House of Bryan, you may have witnessed my husband arguing with me about the abundance of decorative pillows on our bed and in our home. This has brought me to thinking about my obsessions with pillows and why I love them oh so much!


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The laundry room is a space in a home that many of us, myself included, would rather not spend a great deal of time in. It tends to be a space that is tucked away in the hollows of an old dingy basement, tightly squeezed into the corner of a mudroom, or tucked upstairs in between a bedroom and bathroom. Regardless of its location, I personally believe that laundry rooms should be functional, accessible, and above all else evoke a sense of happiness.


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Whether you’re with family or friends, a barbecue is the perfect opportunity for you to embrace the weather while enjoying a nice meal. But before you pull out the traditional plastic cutlery and paper plates, consider purchasing alternative, more eco-friendly items that are fully functional and still aesthetically pleasing. Here are a few of my local favourites that will be gracing my outdoor dining table this season.


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Flowers and plants are a key part of any home. Not only can they bring that desired lustre to your home, but they also bring a bit of nature and sense of calming into the space. It's not always easy to know where this greenery should go and why each type of flower or plant is suited to a specific part of your home. Here's my mantra for getting the most out of plants and flowers in your home.


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Today marks the launch of Sarah Delivered, my new monthly subscription box. Here's a little background into how it all started.


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Don't worry, I am fully aware that it is not the season to be jolly, well, at least in the Christmas sense of the word. But hallways are the topic of conversation for today. I often feel that hallways and transitional rooms are sometimes forgotten when it comes to design and innovation. We often discuss, bedrooms, kitchens and bathrooms as the integral part of any home, but what about our hallways?


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Lighting is one of the most overlooked features of a home yet it has a direct impact on the mood and feel of any space. My belief is that there is little point in creating beautiful surroundings if they can’t be appreciated properly due to insufficient lighting. Lighting is essential in creating the mood and ambience of a living space, so getting it right from the start is vital.


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It was important for me to include a mudroom in the design of our home, as moving out to the sticks, well… includes more mud, dirt and grime. But instead of making this simply a place to dump filthy boots and well-used coats, I wanted to make it a welcoming and eye-catching room that still functions effectively for four young children. 


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Spring is here and with it I have sourced some soft and subtle hues to brighten up your living space. These neutral tones are enhanced by just a hint of blush and gold, making them more sophisticated than the usual beige or off-white.


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