Kristensen Smith is made up of two people who combined their love of photography and wood. Andre Smith, a designer and woodworker who draws inspiration from Danish design, creates unique reclaimed wood canvases. Photographer Melissa Kristensen turns each canvas into a stunning, unique piece of art for your home with original photography from her collection or even your own photos! Andre & Melissa’s work can be seen in their gallery space at The Log Cabin in the St. Jacob’s Market District. – Kristensen Smith Company, http://www.kristensen-smith.com


With warmer days slowly leaving us, Canadian families need to start thinking about how they can prepare for chillier days spent indoors. A play couch is a “deconstructed sofa” which will elegantly fit any room décor and is in fact a toy specially designed for children! When it comes to choosing which play couch is the best fit for your family, Go Coconut is one of the very few companies who chooses to manufacture 100% of their products in Canada. The Go Coconut is unique in that it offers a slightly smaller size for improved functionality along with a longer beam paired with a unique flat top that revolutionizes the stability and height of any build. Additional details such as hidden tabs for the zippers, 15 color options, easily washable covers and a minimalist aesthetic make it a go to for your home. – Go Coconut, http://www.gococonut.ca

bed sheets

Bamboo is incredibly eco-friendly, using 66% less water to grow than cotton! Bamboo fabrics also have the added benefits of upholding quality and softness after multiple washes and adjusting to changing temperatures for a more comfortable sleep. This gorgeous bamboo duvet and sheet collection, available in a variety of colors, is winkle-free and anti-bacterial, making it a fantastic choice for any bedroom! – BAMBOO SHEETS SHOP, http://ww.bamboosheetsshop.ca

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Canadian Home Trends magazine gives you a personal tour of the most stunning homes and condos across Canada. You'll be inspired by a selection of accessible home décor products, trend reports, simple yet stylish DIY projects, and much more. In each issue, you are given the tools to recreate designer spaces you've always dreamt of having at home, in-depth renovation and design advice, colour palette and furniture pairings, and Canada's best places to shop.