Style destination: Midland, Ontario
Photography courtesy of theelegantgourmet.com
Where to eat
Ciboulette et Cie
Ciboulette et Cie takes the guess (and grunt) work out of dinner. The concept is simple: fresh, locally sourced ingredients are turned into delicious, ready to- take-home meals. 248 King St., cibouletteetcie.ca.
The Elegant Gourmet
For an afternoon pickme- up, a luscious combination of coffee and handcrafted truffles made from the finest Belgium chocolate hits the spot. 235 King St., theelegantgourmet.com.
Lead image courtesy of cabinboy.ca
Photography courtesy of cabinboy.ca
Where to shop
Saturday Afternoons features gorgeous sink-into chairs, soft throws and elegant table settings for home and cottage. They also have a sweet selection of nursery furnishings and decor accessories. 225 King St., saturdayafternoons.ca.
Owners Mark Richardson and Mark Sands offer an eclectic mix of clean-lined furnishings, antiques and seaside-inspired artwork. Popular lines include Pine Cone Hill bed linens and Dash & Albert rugs. With a vibe that’s fresh and fun, the shop is a favourite among locals and visitors alike. 251 King St., cabinboy.ca.
Blüm floral design
The scent is heady and the blossoms are fabulous at Blüm Florist. The owner comes from a long line of Midland florists, but brings to her new
shop an elegant modern aesthetic. 257 King St., blummidland.com.
A favourite for kitchenwares, including Maxwell & Williams’ cookware and table settings. Gourmet food, garden decor and unique seasonal gifts are perfect for your host. 298 King St., 705-526-0713.
Photography courtesy of littlelakeinn.com
Where to stay
Little Lake Inn
Quiet, comfortable and casual, Little Lake Inn is a short walking distance away from shopping and dining. Stroll through the nearby park to the picturesque shores of Little Lake, or enjoy solitude on the veranda overlooking the garden and lake. 669 Yonge St., littlelakeinn.com.