The earliest cottagers in Muskoka - like Walter Page, a successful Toronto builder who fell in love with this spectacular area a century ago - used the materials they found around them and their own skills to meet their needs. A cedar log could made into a sturdy chair, a rocker crafted of bent wood. Painstaking hand craftsmanship transformed natural materials into beautiful, serviceable pieces of furniture that could last for generations.
In our age of mass production, it's a breath of fresh air to find products created in the old fashioned way. That's the essence of the Walter Page brand. From a rustic log bed with warm, comforting blankets to the smooth lines of a wooden boat, from rugged outdoor clothing to the simple taste of homemade jam, Walter Page brings the feeling of country life the way it used to be to your cottage.|