Now, I’ll be the first to admit that I have a love hate relationship with HGTV shows. I love that they make design more accessible, but their timelines and budgets are often misleading and tend to drive me, and my fellow Interior Designers alike, a little batty. Never the less, they’ve become somewhat of a guilty pleasure over the years, and Sarah Richardson’s shows in particular tend to set my heart aflutter. I love her witty banter with her adorable sidekick Tommy, and getting a firsthand peek at their process. And her most recent show, Sarah Off the Grid, is of no exception. I totally got sucked in each Sunday, and adore that they’re showcasing that form and function can live harmoniously. Here’s a peek at a beautiful, totally off the grid, home, located just north of Toronto. It’s warm and cozy, yet totally timeless, complete with a healthy mix of high and low. I’ll be the first to admit that I’d happily call it my own.