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.
The Legend
Arrival - 1868
Foundation - 1887
Vision - 1898
Renewal - 1928
Legacy - 1999
WALTER PAGE
THE MAN - THE LEGEND - THE PRODUCT
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