Summer is getting a slow start here in Atlantic Canada. But I hope the summer issue of East Coast Living will bring a little warmth.
Upfront we’ll show you five simple ways to keep your home on trend all summer, and ask experts which flooring you should choose for the most used rooms in the house.
Our cover home this month is a beautiful century-old home in Point Prim, P.E.I. This cottage’s rustic charm will draw you in, as will the story of the home owner who worked to save it, even when the tradespeople were telling him it would be cheaper to tear it down and start from scratch.
My last teaser for you before the issue launches June 27 is that I hope you’re hungry. We’ll go to Lunenburg to visit Neal Bowers, the Bread Man, and his outdoor over, plus share recipes you can bake on a community outdoor oven. Then we’ll round up sommeliers’ favourite wines from across the region.
One more thing you’ll find in the new issue of East Coast Living is a link to our reader survey in my editor’s note on page 6. You can also complete the survey here: eastcoastliving.ca/survey18.
Your answers will help shape up-coming issues of East Coast Living. To say thank you, we’ll draw for three free subscriptions to East Coast Living when the survey period closes on August 31.