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ReFINEd Halifax Winter 2019  

The Chronicle Herald

Homeowner Rebekah Higgs at 8 Alderwood Drive in Halifax, one of the homes on display for the Homes for the Holidays fundraiser. - Eric Wynne

Homeowner Rebekah Higgs at 8 Alderwood Drive in Halifax, one of the homes on display for the Homes for the Holidays fundraiser. - Eric Wynne

Rebekah Higgs (check out her amazing blog site at DIYMOM, as well has her TV show), has embarked on an adventure — renovating her Alderwood Dr. home. This is the first time the Homes for the Holidays event has offered a home decorated by its owner.

“It’s a big project to take on, but as a single mom I am so happy to be able to use my decorating skills to raise funds for an organization that provides affordable houses, childcare and programs for women in need,” says Higgs. By day I have been renovating and by night I have been decorating. It has been non-stop!”

The theme of Higgs’ home is Wood, Fire & Roses, inspired by the unique blush-pink door of her home. The house also features lots of exposed beams and a working fire place, so the holiday decor blossomed from what is already happening, design-wise, in the home.

“I wanted to use the colour pallet that is already incorporated in my everyday home decor, like blush pink, white and gold. In my Christmas decorations you will see lots of real and fake flowers, locally made pink candies, custom-decorated cookies and cupcakes and warm metal accents, like gold, rose gold and copper.”

The result is a holiday home that feels cosy, attainable and inspiring. Higgs explains that in both her renovations and her decorating she must be resourceful because she doesn’t have a big budget — which is relatable to a lot of people.

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I had never heard the term ‘micro-influencer’ before meeting Rebekah. Rebekah handed my product/brand to an attentive and relevant audience. In less than one week she netted my business a 33% increase in overall Followers. I immediately see a marked increase in sales activity; without question generated by her influence.
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How can we not thank the incredible DIY MOM who was a delight to work with and quarterbacked the whole project with the goal of bringing her vision to life. She has an impressive influence within the trend setting design & decor field. It was a great success.
— Bob Shea, Concrete Is Cool

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Wacky’s Flooring

Hudson Valley Lighting

Mitzi

Troy Lighting

Nova Tile & Marble

Beauti-tone

Big Erics

Kholtech

Blanco Canada

MAAX

Frigidaire

Endy

Berkey Water Filters

Annie Selke

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Loloi Rugs

Girliture Decor

Caco & Kai

We Are Knitters

Lovely Nova Design

Spicher & Company

Aveda Atlantic

Life SalonSpa

Ivan Fraser Framing

KBI Garage Doors

Colter Electric

Catalyst Sales

Adorne

Ellie Cashman Design

Mapiful

Daniel Wellington

Selkie Wine

Jost Vineyard

Nova Scotian Crystal

Robertson’s Candy

Quaker

HGTV

TD Insurance

Turbo Tax

Apple Auto Glass

Dr Drone

Mural Unique

Emma Fitzgerald Art

Trinity Jewellers

Poppy&Olive

Independent Mercantile Co.

Biscuit General Store

Ceregres

Ceratec Tile

American Standard

Weiser Locks

Power Designs

Icing Therapy

Glee Tribe

Reimagine Design

Ragmaw

Bend Skincare

Weft End

Paper Riot

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To work with DIY MOM email rebekahhiggs@gmail.com