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Dramatic earthenware

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St. John’s-based ceramist Stefanie Smith created this dramatic smoke-fired earthenware sculpture for the exhibition Reflection on Cod at Five Island Gallery in Tors Cove, N.L. Smith creates her pieces by hand at the Quidi Vidi Village Plantation in St. John’s.

Sleek seat

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Danish designer Hans J. Wegner created the Shell Chair 50 years ago, but its elegant design (the “smiling chair”) still resonates today. To mark the milestone, the chair comes in 20 new editions. This cowskin look is one of the classics.

Top Atlantic Canadian red wines

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Atlantic Canadian white wines often steal the spotlight but there are plenty of bold regional reds.

Growing herbs inside

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Pay careful attention to lighting needs and you can grow herbs inside over the winter.

How to bake the best cake

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Baking these classic treats is both a science and an art, but there’s always room to experiment.

Modern New Brunswick farmhouse

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Set within a sprawling apple orchard overlooking the St. John River, the home of Chas and Jennifer Mackay boasts a crisp, streamlined design.

Contemporary Charlottetown home

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Architect Aaron Stavert’s sleek modern home could be Prince Edward Island’s first LEED gold residence.

Decorate the mantel

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Four top decorators in St. John’s, Newfoundland share their ideas for dressing this classic focal point.

Living off grid

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Learn what it takes to live off grid and why many homeowners in Atlantic Canada are embracing this way of life.