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House & Home March 2018 - Kitchens That Wow

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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CELEBRITY STYLE Anne’s space blends European sophistication and New England charm. LATEST HOME TOUR NEW H&H TV EPISODES See how H&H’s Reiko Caron gave a trad bedroom a bohemian feel, and get her best makeover tips. MUST-TRY RECIPES Cory Vitiello, creator of the Flock eateries, shares his recipe for succulent Roast Chicken with Chickpeas, Bitter Greens & Mini Creamer Potatoes. DIY ARCHIVES Create instant art by enlarging a photo of a vintage porcelain stamp. KITCHEN TRENDS See the stunning kitchen Sarah Richardson designed for Monogram. Apple, the Apple logo, and iMac are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Photography courtesy of Trulia (Anne’s home)/Wikimedia Commons (Anne’s portrait)/by Michael Graydon and Nikole Herriott (roast chicken, Cory’s portrait)/Jason Stickley (bedroom)/Valerie Wilcox (DIY)/Stacey Brandford (kitchen)…

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white out

In winter, you’ll often find me loitering in a paint section, or fanning out swatches at my desk. Admittedly, the names delight me just as much as the shades. Mizzle, Rushing Stream, Lemon Chiffon, Silver Mist — these onomatopoeic titles roll off the tongue like found poetry. It’s no surprise they’re dreamed up by teams of colour specialists, marketing execs and even lawyers, and thank goodness. I recall an article from The Atlantic that described researchers’ attempts to generate paintcolour names with artificial intelligence. How did that experiment go? “Stanky Bean,” “Sticks Red” and “Burf Pink” were just a few of the results. Humans, 1; A.I., 0. But I digress. Why do I take such pleasure in colours and their names? I’m what you’d call a Colour Voyeur. Exhibit A: My…

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contributors

ALEX LUKEY Photographer, “Sweet Charity”, “The High Life”, “Cool & Collected” and “Livable Luxury” (pages 52, 66, 76 and 108) Alex loves photographing homes; he shot real estate in Ottawa before moving to Toronto to shoot interiors. Your dream kitchen has…Herringbone hardwood floors. They look so sophisticated. Bold design move you can’t wait to try? A dark backsplash. Must-have kitchen item? A great frying pan; I love frying bacon and eggs for breakfast. JOHN GRUEN Photographer, “Just Brilliant” (page 86) John’s photography has appeared in magazines and books, including Entertaining in the Country: Love Where You Eat. Must-have kitchen item? Sharp knives and cast-iron skillets of different shapes and sizes. What’s at the top of your kitchen reno list? I’d like to try open shelving, and add storage for pots and pans. Your…

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your letters

Too many decorating magazines focus on overdesigned spaces that have little to do with the individuals that live there. H&H has a much more personal feel, showcasing livable homes at all levels: from houses designed by novices, who use creativity to create beautiful spaces, to custom homes where the owners have had a true part in their creation. Keep up the good work! — RALPH ROACH I was reading the “Leap of Faith” feature in your November issue about an inspiring new modern home in Whistler, B.C., and I couldn’t help but notice that the vent hood was offcentre of both the upper cabinets and the cooktop. I’m curious about this, since it was a new-build. — ANNE HAIGHT Reading about 2018’s trend toward modern artifact (January) reminded me that I’ve been meaning to…

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hermès

Just a few doors down from its former home on Toronto’s bustling Bloor Street West, Hermès’ new flagship is a destination for fashion lovers and design buffs, too. The two-storey building was reimagined by Paris architecture studio RDAI, with simple, monolithic columns, and a beige rose-tinged brick façade that elegantly transitions between warm and cool with the changing light. Inside, the space makes a similarly striking impression, with a sweeping oval staircase doubling as sculpture. Saddle-brown cherry panelling, a buttery leather handrail and Faubourg mosaic tile laid in cream and Hermès orange (what else?) bring richness to the lofty interior. For the first time, the Toronto store has room to showcase the brand’s home collection. “We’re able to show all of our métiers in a world that’s exclusively Hermès; one…

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cos & effect

The art world is shaping up to be the muse of 2018. With art fairs and exhibitions like Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors drawing record crowds, designers and brands are taking notice — and inspiration. “That’s where you get the best research and see the big attendances of the world,” says Karin Gustafsson, creative director of COS, a U.K. fashion brand owned by H&M. Rather than merely observe, COS has put itself at the centre of the buzz. The brand became a darling of the design set when it brought its playful New Spring installation to Design Miami/ this past December. A collaboration with London, U.K.–based Studio Swine duo Azusa Murakami and Alexander Groves (known for creating sensitive, regionally-inspired works), the installation is deceptively simple: a tree-like structure drops mist-filled bubbles…

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