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House & Home August 2019 - Small & Exquisite: The Small Spaces Issue

Each issue, you'll tour beautiful homes, discover exciting new stores and products and be inspired by decorating advice from design authority Lynda Reeves, editor Beth Hitchcock and a host of talented designers and stylists. Get House & Home digital magazine subscription today for DIY projects, recipes and tips on entertaining, and meet the hottest designers making news.

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VOLUME 41, NUMBER 8, AUGUST 2019 | DATE OF ISSUE: JULY 2019 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Emma Reddington DESIGN DIRECTOR Shelley Frayer ACTING EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Ceri Marsh INTERIORS DIRECTOR Meg Crossley MANAGING EDITOR Day Helesic DECORATING + DESIGN SENIOR EDITOR Morgan Michener SENIOR DESIGN EDITOR Stacey Smithers DESIGN EDITORS Kai Ethier, Jennifer Koper FOOD + ENTERTAINING FOOD EDITOR Eshun Mott COPY + FEATURES EXECUTIVE EDITOR Kimberley Brown FEATURES EDITOR Wendy Jacob ASSISTANT EDITORS Amanda Demeku, Harleen Sidhu INTERN Keren Stephenson CONTRIBUTING EDITOR Tommy Smythe ART + PHOTOGRAPHY ASSISTANT ART DIRECTOR Ben Oliver SENIOR DESIGNER Erica Collins JUNIOR DESIGNER Michaela Wong PRODUCTION PRODUCTION MANAGER Bonnie Cook PRODUCTION COORDINATOR Virginia Gaviller PREPRESS COORDINATOR Megan Cronje HOUSE & HOME MEDIA PRESIDENT Lynda Reeves VICE-PRESIDENT, MULTIMEDIA Sheri Graham Delagran CONTROLLER Alan Gracan, CPA, CA ADVERTISING SALES NATIONAL SALES DIRECTOR Lisa MacIsaac NATIONAL ACCOUNT MANAGERS Anne Ferguson, Donna Murphy WESTERN SALES MANAGER Stephanie Lloyd QUEBEC SALES REPRESENTATIVE Lyne St-Amant SALES & SYSTEMS MANAGER John Smith MEDIA SALES INQUIRIES TORONTO, U.S. SALES (416) 593-0204 MONTREAL (438) 496-9068 VANCOUVER (604)…

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explore our website at houseandhome.com

CELEBRITY STYLE Bobby Flay’s contemporary casa is nestled in star-studded West Hollywood. NEW H&H TV EPISODES Watch designer Olivia Botrie breathe new life into a dark and dated home. OUR FAVOURITE RECIPES Chef Brandon Olsen’s Fried Chicken is famous. We have his secret recipe! INSPIRATION Tour designer Sarah Walker’s sophisticated backyard. DECORATING & DESIGN Discover 20+ ways to inject a vacation vibe into your city space. Apple, the Apple logo, and iMac are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Photography courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate (Bobby’s home)/Bobby Flay via Instagram (Bobby’s portrait)/courtesy of Brandon Olsen (Brandon’s portrait/by Donna Griffith (chicken)/Jason Stickley (dining room)/Reid Lambshead, William Reid Photography (outdoor seating)/Stacey Brandford (bedroom)…

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design to the rescue

My house is not big. In fact, the first time I added up the square footage I had to do it twice because I couldn’t believe the number. The two floors we live on (we have an unfinished basement) add up to about 1,250 square feet — not a lot of room for four people. Built in 1905, my narrow Victorian house has a grand total of three closets (none of which are deep enough to take hangers without slanting them on an angle), bulky cast-iron radiators that occupy valuable floor space and only one bathroom. Its saving grace? Soaring ceilings, two fireplaces and intricate period details — charm that, for me, outweighs its shortcomings. My challenge is dealing with all our stuff. I like to think I have the organization…

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contributors

JAIMIE NATHAN Writer, “Smooth Sailing” (page 40) A decade spent at House & Home has refined the former editor’s champagne taste for interiors, which she translates into her beer budget. Living big in a small space requires… Perspective. What we consider small in North America is palatial in other countries. Small-space necessity? Beautiful bedding, wallpaper and art — small doesn’t have to be basic. COURTNEY SHEA Writer, “Cool in the County” (page 54) Courtney is a Toronto scribe whose byline regularly appears in The Globe and Mail, Toronto Life, Chatelaine and Refinery29. Tightest quarters you’ve lived in? During a three-day boat trip from Guatemala to Belize, I lived in a tiny vessel with six strangers where the only toilet was in my “bedroom.” Tip for decorating with limited square footage? Embrace colour —…

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your letters

THANKS FOR THE MONEY TALK Thank you for calling out these home renovation shows that create beautifully renovated houses on unrealistic budgets (“Publisher’s Page,” June)! We need a dose of reality for ourselves and clients when it comes to budgets, costs and labour. Welcome to Emma Reddington; looking forward to seeing what she brings to your magazine!— STEPHANIE MCKENNA, East Garafraxa, Ont. SUSTAINABILITY As a Canadian magazine, you should be advocating for the sustainable use of Northern fur, animal horn and bone artwork for decorating (“RSVP,” June). Harvesting wildlife in the northern territories is an important income for Indigenous peoples and residents and provides food and materials for sustainable living. The sale of artwork made with wild fur, or jewelry made with horn or bone helps them earn an income from the land,…

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style files

GOTTA HAVE IT Fill a patio-friendly jug with an ice-cold elixir for summer's most refreshing cure-all. S/H = Buy on shophouseandhome.com “WE’RE GOING BACK TO THE BASICS OF INSPIRATION AND BEAUTY” DOUBLE TAKE Designers share what they’re into — and over — for 2019. TAMMY CONNOR INTO I’m gravitating toward asymmetric balance in spaces. It makes me tap into deeper creativity and think more complexly. OVER IT Shiplap walls. Goodbye, see you in a few years! HOT SPOT Somewhere in the middle of nowhere. Blackberry Farm in Walland, Tenn. comes close. KYLA BIDGOOD INTO Matte-finish countertops, polished brass and locally sourced materials, such as Canadian ash. OVER IT All-white kitchens, and the industrial vintage farmhouse aesthetic — unless you live in a farmhouse. HOT SPOT Canada! Victoria, Whistler or Montreal. “CHOCOLATE BROWN IS THE NEW BLACK” CRISP & CLEAN SMALL BATHROOMS REQUIRE A BALANCING ACT: YOU…

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