Ed­i­tor’s Let­ter

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Pre­pare to be amazed be­cause this is­sue packs a punch with as­ton­ish­ing ameni­ties, ex­quis­ite crafts­man­ship, and a level of func­tion, which will make it hard to walk out the door. Fea­tur­ing a stel­lar com­bi­na­tion of in­ner-city in­fills, stun­ning acreages, and a host of styles to ap­peal to just about ev­ery taste, this is­sue ad­dresses what cus­tom means and the in­di­vid­ual de­sires. Of course it’s al­ways great to see what new fea­tures and fin­ishes are avail­able for the cus­tom mar­ket, and this edi­tion is no ex­cep­tion. From places to store your cars or col­lec­tions and recre­ate, to amaz­ing out­door kitchens that ex­tends en­joy­ment all year round, in­no­va­tion and imag­i­na­tion pro­vides life­style en­hanc­ing fea­tures and ben­e­fits. Win­ter is here. Please open your heart and do what you can for Al­berta’s an­i­mal char­i­ties so that no fu­ture friend is left out in the cold.

Cindy Chobanik Ed­i­tor in Chief Com­ments or in­quiries can be emailed to cindy@besthomemagazine.com

Trickle Creek De­signer Homes on page 54

Pro­con So­lu­tions on page 34

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