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Living at 300 Main is a community lifestyle blog that hopes to share the culture and spirit of downtown Winnipeg residents. Luxury downtown apartment living is dynamic, simple and attractive to those who want to free their time and enjoy their passions. Our Blog aims to feature articles on simplicity, design, the arts, social happenings, and great food. Living at 300 Main will show you a glimpse of your new downtown Winnipeg luxury apartment lifestyle.
Finding Your (Houseplant) Match
Houseplants should be an essential component of every interior design. A bit of greenery brightens up indoor spaces and has mood-boosting qualities. Sadly, many people don’t incorporate green friends into their homes because they just don’t know which plant to choose! Here are my recommendations for plants to fit every lifestyle
Embrace Winter: Redecorating for Maximum Coziness
Living in North America, we ought to embrace winter. We should welcome it into our homes and lives for the months of cold, windy winter days that follow the pleasures of Christmas. Even after the tree is down and the presents have been unwrapped, certain decorating manoeuvres can help us avoid the lethargy and dark moods that dreary mornings and cold days can bring.
Winter in Downtown Winnipeg
The air is crisper; the lights twinkle a little brighter. As the days shorten and sweater weather turns to winter coat season, downtown Winnipeg proves there’s no shortage of wintertime activities to enjoy—both inside and out. Mark your calendar for these nine festive events!
How to Decorate your Small Space for the Holidays
Holiday decorating is one of the best parts of winter, and living in a tiny apartment shouldn’t mean you have to miss out! Decorating for the holidays in a small space can be tricky, so we’re here to help with a collection of festive ideas
Bigger is Greener: The Environmental Benefits of High-Density Housing
Canadians are increasingly living in cities, and Winnipeg is no exception. It can sometimes be hard for communities with fast-growing populations to keep up with the infrastructure needs for new residents. That’s why many cities are gravitating towards more high-density housing as part of their “smart growth” strategies