Williamstown Show Homes, Airdrie Alberta : An Exciting New Community

Last Saturday, Heather and I were fortunate to host a 'Social Media Tweet-Up' on behalf of Vesta Properties, at the new community of  'Williamstown' in Airdrie.  We shared some chit-chat and omelettes with Calgary's finest Ladies, then spent the morning viewing beautiful show homes.  It had been awhile since I purchased my home (2006), so I was a little worried about falling in total love with the layouts and designs of these show homes.  And guess what?  I did indeed fall in love.

I loved that these 'Williamstown' houses all had huge upper levels!  Lots of light, extra sitting areas, or a playroom-- the upper levels of 'Williamstown' are not a hallway with doors.


***I will warn that some of these pictures came from my cell phone, as I gleefully professed my discoveries all over Twitter!   Feel free to click on them to see in better detail.***

When I found the above 'bonus room' upstairs in the Trails, I was enamoured with the textured wall.   A grass-like wallpaper, I ooh'd and ahh'd - it added the right amount of 'nature' into the room while remaining modern in feel.  Little did I know that I would admire many more walls throughout the 'Williamstown' show homes...




I am not much of a wallpaper gal, but I realized I could definitely explore the possibility.  I really, really loved the wallpaper in the bedroom HERE (top picture in Merry's post), but did not seem to capture it for myself.  Ooh'ing and Aah'ing can make one a bit forgetful in all the excitement! ;)

Then, I found the painted murals by the Pop Design Group:




The best thing about visiting a show home is the ideas provoked.  Even if you are not looking to buy a new home and are in reno-mode, a nicely decorated show home can host an array of modern/classic treatments in home decor that you otherwise may not have thought of.  The designers at 'Williamstown' were also creative enough to show off some non-traditional room uses:


 My little girl would go nuts for this 'Ballet Room'.
So creative and so easy to do!



And... it doesn't get more Canadian than having a floor hockey basement! Some boards, some paint and voila- inside hockey complete with penalty box (not shown).  I know my kids would love this rink, but I imagine many husbands would too.

On the more practical side of 'needs', this kitchen really had me wanting to cook up a feed!


MommyO would be in heaven in this kitchen.  I already spend enough time in the kitchen, it should at least be pretty right??

I may also have drooled over these place settings, noting the lack of plastic dishes or kid-crap anywhere.  ~Sigh~




How about DaddyO's... wha'cha think of this Man-Cave? 


Pretty swanky eh?
Here is the other half of the Man-Cave...


No Man may ever return from the depths of this basement. ;)

The show homes in 'Williamstown' are all amazing, lovely and reasonably priced.  (Hello, I so need to clean my house thoroughly after all that viewing!)  There was a style to suit the needs of anyone at any age.  I am excited for those that do live or will live in this community.  (A school is currently under construction.)  Vesta's 'Williamstown' has everything- including 66 acres of greenspace and trails!  "The Amenities Centre" (pictured below) acts as a community centre, designed to provide party/function space to those living within the community.  Even if you only have a townhouse, you can still throw a HUGE birthday party-- complete with a playground area!


Head out to 'Williamstown' in Airdrie, where real community living begins.  The Ladies and I had a wonderful time at the Grand Opening, exploring  this new community from one end to the other.  There was loads of free family fun that day with a BBQ and music by Sarah Beth Keeley.  We even met a few Olympians who were there to help welcome 'Williamstown' to the neighbourhood too!  (Carol Huynh-Wrestler & Denny Morrison- Speed Skater)


Special thanks to all Ladies who attended this 'Williamstown' event!
We were so glad you came!




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