The last East Coast Living of 2016 is at the printer and I can’t wait for you to see it. The winter issue hits newsstands the week of Dec. 5. Subscribe to the print or iPad edition and you’ll never miss an issue.
Here’s a taste of what you’ll find inside:
Editors aren’t supposed to pick favourites, but if I did the St. John’s home on the cover of this issue would be high on my list. Peggy Stewart and Jack Kivlichan’s love for their heritage house shines through in all of the hard work they’ve put into making it their home. Writer Emily Deming got to know the couple and their home. Her story will make you want to sit down at their kitchen table with a hot cup of tea.
When I say cocktails, do you think summer? Not for long. Associate editor Suzanne Rent brings us recipes for Halifax’s favourite winter cocktails.
Shiplap ahoy! This design trend has been hot in the United States for a while, but is just becoming popular here in Atlantic Canada. Writer Heather Laura Clarke asks design experts how you can get this look at home.
Even if you don’t plan to sell anytime soon, it’s beneficial to know which upgrades will increase your home’s value when the time comes. This story is St. John’s, N.L. writer Daniel MacEachern’s first for East Coast Living. We’re glad to have him aboard.
Coming up we’re going to highlight some of the most popular stories from this year. Send me an email and let me know your favourite, and you might see it mentioned in our countdown.