• Vacation Parties
    @vacationparties
    Experience The Best Party Experiences Happening At Some Of The Most Exotic Destinations In The World.
  • Florida Vacation rentals by owners
    @floridavacationrentalsbyowners
    Home vacation rentals in Florida USA https://www.floridavacationrentalsbyowners.com
  • House Van Holland
    @aaronvanholland
    House Van Holland is a California based studio primarily specializing in wood products for the home. Since its founding in 2011, our team has explored an array of materials and construction techniques to create an assortment of projects including residential furniture, restaurant builds, hotel accessories and more. After much consideration, we've decided to take everything learned in the business of design and manufacturing and apply our experience to a new innovation for the home. Our KARVD collection includes an ongoing series of modular, wood carved wall panels and vertical casegoods to help you design a custom experience for any home or workspace. Easy to install, easy to remove and its arrangements are limited to only your imagination. karvdwalls.com
  • Cedar House Chalets
    @cedarhousechalets
    The Cedar House Chalets operate year round.
  • Melody House Musical Instruments
    @melodyhousemusicalinstruments
    "Melody House is an online Musical Instrument store based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Established in 1993 the company has developed a strong presence around the Middle East via its retail stores in Dubai. Our goal is to develop and enhance the Middle East’s musical landscape. We do so by providing quality instruments and recording gear that serves as a one stop shop for every musician. With an ever increasing brand portfolio Melody House now includes not just musical instruments but also studio equipment, acoustic treatment and live sound. " http://www.melodyhousemi.com
  • House Industries
    @house_industries
    Known throughout the world as a prolific type foundry, House Industries has made a considerable impact on the world of design. House Industries' fonts scream from billboards, wish happy whatever from tens of thousands of greeting cards, serve as the basis for consumer product logos, and add elements of style to a wide range of mainstream media. In their illustrious career, House artists have mastered a large cross-section of design disciplines.
  • Shade House Development
    @shade_house_development
    Shade House Development is a green design + custom build company in Houston, Texas that offers traditional home contracting as well as full architectural design services. They specialize in the construction of custom homes and large remodeling in the Houston area.
  • Leaf House
    @leaf_house
    Formed in 2011, Leaf House specializes in the design and build of tiny houses and small spaces. Based out of Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada, Leaf House focuses on modern design, cold climate construction and ecologically friendly materials. Tailored to the extreme winter environments of the north, each Leaf House is fully featured and designed to be as livable as possible.
  • House of Marley
    @house_of_marley
    House of Marley uses natural, earth-friendly, and renewable materials in their products and packaging, such as sustainably sourced, FSC-certified woods, organic cotton and recyclable aluminum.
  • Revolution Design House
    @revolution_design_house
    Revolution Design House represents a new generation of American design. Anchored in Portland, Oregon, Revolution Design House works hand-in-hand with designers and local manufacturers to offer desired modern home-ware. It’s time to "Love what you own".
  • Hedge House Furniture
    @hedge_house_furniture
    Hedge House is an independent furniture company focused on functional design and understated silhouettes. Every piece of furniture is made to order and handcrafted by local artisans.
  • Christine Boyer
    @KystHus
    The A-frame is an aalstyle that needs little explanation, aptly named for its high peak and steep angles. A-frame popularity can be attributed to a convergence of factors. The post-war housing boom led to the creation of inexpensive and quick-to-build homes. A-frames were popular in the late fifties and sixties when the middle class had enough money for recreational properties, often next to lakes or as ski cabins. (The style is commonly attributed to the latter, as snow slides down the side instead of weighing heavily on top.) They are an efficient use of materials as they’re almost all roof. They were often built from kits and tended to be small, as the surrounding land acts as additional living space. We first laid eyes on the A-frame in Union Bay when we moved there in 2006. Both the structure and property looked dilapidated and lonely. The land was overgrown, ragged, and in need of serious TLC. Our friend and realtor, who lived on the same street, showed us the A-frame only in passing. “Too much work, too small, no way…” we agreed. Needless to say, we did not have the vision of our friends Christine Boyer and Anthonie Scholtz. We met the couple for the first time at one of our neighbourhood gatherings. While visiting the Valley from Ontario, they admired the community vibe of Kilmarnock. They too drove past the A-frame with our realtor friend, but it stopped them in their tracks. “The structure seems to stand proudly from the ground,” explains Christine, “yet nestle into its surroundings. It offers shelter without overtaking the landscape. It’s a little slice of architectural history, with its mid-century modern vacation vibes.” The property also showcases a spectacular view, including Gilles Bay on Texada Island, the very spot where Anthonie grew up. They sold their home in the Beaches neighbourhood of Toronto, resigned from their jobs, and moved across the country. They oversaw major renovations to restore what became known as Kyst Hus (taking its name from the Danish for coastal house), a home of simple beauty and modern design. It also exemplifies the Danish concept of Hygge: a moment that feels especially cozy, charming or special. The couple worked with Kai Lawrance of Standing Bear Construction to realize their dream for the space. “We were in renovations for five years,” says Christine. “It was slow going and we did what we could while raising our babies and keeping an eye on our budget. That’s not for everyone! But the nice thing about it was the flexibility of adjusting our plans. Living in the renovations allowed us to be responsive to our needs and space as we changed as a family.” Any gardener knows that transforming a one-acre property into manageable gardens is a momentous task. We watched the evolution of the land each time we passed. Christine could often be seen raking, digging, lifting, and planting while the kids played. My family moved out of the neighbourhood years ago, but we’re still close with the Scholtz family. We visit the A-frame for dinners and picnics, the kids run wild, and we take in additional updates. It’s a warm and welcoming home of earth tones and modern design that naturally merges with the property. They also transformed the garage into the Kyst Hus Studio, where Christine works on large-format acrylic art inspired by her surroundings. Her work has grown in popularity over the years and is on display all over the Comox Valley. Kyst Hus went from being a diamond in the rough to a jewel of the west coast. It’s amazing what patience, diligence, and vision can produce. A labour of love, but love nonetheless, and a treasure of memories for themselves and their family. “The best part,” says Christine, “is waking up and feeling like we’re always on vacation.”
  • Solares Architecture
    @solaresarchitecture
    Solares is a Toronto-based architecture firm specializing in sustainable residential design. Since our founding by Tom Knezic and Christine Lolley in 2005, Solares has earned a reputation as experts in energy efficiency and building science. Fully licensed by the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA), we focus on custom residential new builds and major renovations across Ontario. Our complete turnkey process guides you through every stage of creating your custom home, from the first ideas to the final move-in day. We believe the fundamentals of sustainability are passive solar design, an airtight and ultra-insulated building envelope, and quality construction.