Just like us, our houses are a constant work-in-progress. And as life ebbs, flows and changes, so too does the home. I’ve gone through a few big life changes over the last while, and my house has not been immune—neither has my wallet, but who’s counting? (Technically me. I am.) We often think of h

Current status: thoroughly missing my 2017 Genesis G90. For a few weeks in October, I was lucky enough to call one my own. I drove it everywhere from film sets in the city to Northern Ontario to explore the fall colours, and it was truly a more enjoyable a ride than I anticipated. I’m not usually [&helli

Yoga has been a big part of my life for the last 15 years. It’s seen me through tough times, beautiful moments and mundane months. It’s been both a life saver and a passive practice, but through it all, it’s been a constant source of peace for me. And it’s finally time I take it [&hellip

I used to believe that being creative meant inventing something from nothing. Coming up with entirely new and unique content. Sitting at a desk, deep in thought, alone with pen and paper. But art is an idea explored. And ideas are informed by our experience You find it in new cities, conversations you have and

I used to wait and want for a lot of things. I longed for adulthood as a kid; was painfully impatient about growing out my bangs; always seeking that next thing, waiting for the chips to fall. I always believed that veering left or right would bring me to a better path, but what a […]

It’s been far too long since I’ve posted a playlist. But lately, y’all have expressed the want for music on my Instagram. I get as many bills as I do DM’s asking “what’s this song?” (which is a lot, unfortunately)  so here’s where we’ve landed this month mu

I can’t get enough of the Ibiza home of designer Nani Marquina and his partner and photographer, Albert Font. Thanks to architects Martínez Lapeña and Elías Torres, what used to be a run-down farm is now a refuge amidst nature. Shop The Look     More photos Revista AD archives SaveSaveSaveSa

Holy crud. It’s been one heck of a month. So I thought I’d take this Monday to fill you guys in on my life (which I also hope helps explain why I’ve been MIA lately). Above all else, updates in my home have consumed most of July and August. What started as a quick bathroom […]

It rings true every year, but somehow summer never fails to surprise me with the speed at which it flies by. In many ways, it has been an amazing summer so far. Although I believe there’s no such thing as achieving work-life balance, for the first time in a long time, I’ve maintained a nice [&hellip

If you like wallpaper, and you don’t know about Hygge & West, sorry for just stealing an hour + of your life. Hygge & West’s beautiful line of wallpapers and home goods feature collaborations with artists such as Julia Rothman, Rifle Paper Co., Oh Joy! and Justina Blakeney, to name just a fe

I’ve been ruminating a lot lately on what it means to be gentle. To seek wellness and to be kind to yourself. This topic seems to have slowly dominated my life, in the most benign and harmless way domination can—it’s found its way into my habits, my relationships, and even into a recent OOTD-turne

I’ve been on a lighting hunt for a week and have exhausted all of my bathroom vanity light options for #SabrinasBathroom. I scoured Etsy, Wayfair, Amazon and hardware stores, and in my journey I fell for the Etsy maker Colors of Love, specifically this wood pendant. (I actually bought this one – click

On My Radar Bergamot, jasmine and amber. That’s my kind of candle Mara Hoffman does it again with this one-piece swimsuit Also loving the print of these gothic floral culottes Here are a bunch of healthy potato recipes (good carb for GF peeps out there), like the yummy frisee salad pictured Want to try t

In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, I thought I’d share an updated tour of my space, one which is proudly home to a mix of Made in Canada pieces, thrift store finds and old faithfuls from big-box shops. In tandem, HGTV Canada popped by and filmed a tour of my home (with Piper cameos, of co

Earthy, putty tones, blonde ash wood, and a mix of white and black ceramics make this farmhouse kitchen in England oh-so calming. Forgoing upper cabinets works so well because of the weight of the ceiling beams which ground the space. And to combat the lack of storage on one wall, the wall opposite features ope

Currently: Lying on my basement floor catching my breath after an intense workout. Also currently: Feeling grateful. In the hustle and bustle of life, I took pause today (involuntarily in a very unglamorous, sweaty way). And whether it was the endorphins kicking in (likely a factor) or not, I was compelled to

Equal parts cozy and industrial—that’s hard to pull off. But somehow this rehabilitated loft that used to be an old garage does a beautiful job of employing an industrial style while still maintaining a homey, inviting and intimate feel thanks to the careful attention given to lighting (creating a

I’ve spent most of my waking hours parked on this little yellow couch — or the dining table just behind it — recently. I’ve been on a tiny break from filming, and plugging away at myriad tasks, so rather than share all the things, here’s how I’ve  sum up the last few weeks:

For a while, I lived as if fueled by the saying “move fast and break things.” I was young(er), eager, and willing to work hard. I was trying and testing and trying again. I opened every door even mildly offered to me. And I’m so glad I did. But now that some chips have fallen […]