Feature Home: 3170 20th Side Road, Campbellville, Milton


A Cinderella transformation has made a simple Milton country home into a Modern Scandinavian Farmhouse oasis with every modern convenience and detail incorporated.


AFTER: EXTERIOR TRANSFORMATION


BEFORE: EXTERIOR

BEFORE EXTERIOR 


Starting with the completely new exterior from top to bottom. A gorgeous new metal roof, combined with durable Hardie board siding and stunning Bavarian style “tilt n turn” windows really show off the true craftsmanship of this renovation. 


Attached to this beautiful home, is a car enthusiast's dream garage with over 800 sq feet to work in, including an electric car charger. To ensure that homeowners never go without power, a Kohler Generator allows up to 10 days of off-the-grid living at a time!


In addition, a stunning 6-poster veranda-style front porch, connects to a long winding asphalt driveway with poured concrete and flagstone walkway, wrapping around the house inviting you right up to the impressive...

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When Ginger Curtis, owner and principal designer at Urbanology Designs, was tasked with elevating the interiors of this Dallas, Texas home, she knew she’d be drawing elegance out of the most simple monochrome of all. She wondered, “How do we take a black-and-white palette and elevate it so that it’s beautiful, but also very on-brand?”


For this particular project, the idea of remaining on-brand was crucial. Her client, Ashley Robertson, is the founder of lifestyle and beauty blog, The Teacher Diva. Marrying her client’s established public persona with the design of a practical space for a family of four remained top-of-mind throughout, but especially in the living room.


“One of the things that I was really aware of and thinking through for each angle of that room is that she’s an influencer and this is her home, and every part of her life is her business,” Curtis shares. “I really wanted to make sure that that every angle of that room...

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What design style catches your eye? Are you familiar with Scandinavian farmhouse style? This charming style and design trend is gaining in popularity. In fact, we’re seeing more and more homes listed for sale that have been renovated to reflect this calming type of environment.


Newly listed, this beautifully renovated home in Milton that has just hit the market is best described as a modern Scandinavian farmhouse. The attention to detail put into this cozy but spacious home makes it a perfect space to welcome friends and family. With two acres of lush property and luxurious wood finishes throughout, this home has been designed with style in mind.



View the listing for this modern Scandinavian farmhouse.


Scandinavian farmhouse style can be recognized by the inspired use of rustic and woodsy elements matched with practicality that results in a beautiful, but very livable space. Some of the most recognizable features include unfinished wood throughout the...

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In 2000, the Pantone Colour Institute created the Pantone Colour of the Year as a trendsetting concept. For the very first time, the Pantone Colour of The Year for 2022 has been created especially for the occasion. As this new year begins, the Institute wanted to recognize the significant ways our lives have changed with the pandemic and, as a result, how our collective creativity is expanding to new levels to meet our current reality. 


Prior to 2022, all previous colours were chosen from the existing colours in the Pantone Color System. Without further ado, the brand-new colour and the 2022 Pantone Colour of the Year is Very Peri!


Incorporating the Pantone Colour of The Year

For those looking to buy or sell a home this year, you may notice that this purple hue will start to pop up more and more. While it’s not always helpful to incorporate trends into a home you’re trying to sell, here are some smart ideas that can help your home look fresh and inviting...

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