Homes

This Nordic inspired home is sure to leave you in awe. With its open-concept, the custom built structure brings natural materials and comfort inducing elements to make you feel transported to a far away place.

The most unusual home on our tour, this 1930s bungalow turned modern home will inspire you with classic Christmas greenery and rustic elements.

The May Cottage has stood in Westmount’s Heritage Area since 1925. Visit to see the beautiful renovations mixed with historic elements. The perfect cozy cottage feel for the holidays!

Another historical home, but this time without the touches of modern trends. The Enchanted Forest theme will take you to an otherworldly place and give you serious vintage vibes.

Get inspired by Christmas memories of the past, with this classic brick home. With subtle renovations, it’s the perfect template for creating a sense of a nostalgic Christmas feelings.

 


2016 Homes

 

Start with the impressive exterior and make your way to the grand foyer entrance, where you’ll find yourself in a white winter wonderland. Built by one of our Star Home Sponsors, Ackard Contractors, this bright, beautiful and flawless infill is the perfect place to find your modern holiday décor inspiration.

Creative ideas, carefully curated for each living space, make for a warm and welcoming home – no wonder our mischievous elves have decided to return! Wind your way through this exceptional renovation by one of our Star Home Sponsors, Ackard Contractors; the elves may tempt you to stay and play!

 

Mid-century modern meets artisanal. Tour this one-of-a-kind bungalow and find yourself transported for the holidays. Drawing inspiration from several unique corners of the world, the eclectic finds and repurposed pieces that make up this oasis will leave you wanting to book a last minute trip this December.

A classic Georgian-style beauty, celebrating 105 years in Edmonton. Guests will be greeted by a beautiful red brick, white pillar exterior, and inspired from the second they step inside. Experience the original character of this 1911-built home, as she’s dressed in her finest “shabby chic” for the holidays.

Inspired by the work of notable architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, this modern two-storey infill will be set for the Night Before Christmas. Stockings will be hung by the chimney with care, in a sunken living room that houses 3300-pieces of hand laid parquet flooring. And maybe, just maybe, you’ll see St. Nicholas there!