Maison et Jardin
House & Home

House & Home May 2018 - Spring Decorating, Inside & Out

Each issue, you'll tour beautiful homes, discover exciting new stores and products and be inspired by decorating advice from design authority Lynda Reeves 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.

House & Home Media
Lire plus
6,30 $(TVA Incluse)
28,35 $(TVA Incluse)
11 Numéros

dans ce numéro

2 min.
a little bit country

Long before the soapy show of the same name hit the airwaves, I’d always wanted to visit Nashville. Something about the place had dug its cowboy-boot heels into my imagination from the time I was a little girl — whether it was Minnie Pearl’s flower-festooned hats on the Grand Ole Opry or the promise of southern barbecue, who’s to say. So naturally, when H&H had the chance to photograph the home of Scottish-Canadian country music superstar Johnny Reid, his wife, Jennifer, and their four kids, I assigned the story to myself (page 90) and joined the team on location. Music City didn’t disappoint, but it was different than I’d imagined. Sleek restaurants (Little Octopus and Rolf and Daughters were favourites) and design shops, biscuit joints in industrial lofts and boho-chic hotel…

1 min.
explore our website at   houseandhome.com

CELEBRITY STYLE Bobbi created a cool and inviting space by accentuating the building’s ornate architectural details. MUST-TRY RECIPES Five of our best-ever homemade pizza recipes, including this crowdpleasing Margherita. LATEST HOME TOUR MEET JOHNNY REID ON H&H TV! See more of the country singer’s beautifully appointed Franklin, Tenn., home (turn to page 90 to start the tour). DIY ARCHIVES Create a handsome headboard using grasscloth wallpaper. DECORATING ADVICE Discover 20 ways to embrace minimalism (without getting rid of everything)! Apple, the Apple logo, and iMac are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Photography courtesy of One King’s Lane (Bobbi Brown)/by Donna Griffith (pizza)/Jason Stickley (Johnny Reid)/ Angus Fergusson (DIY)/Gary Campbell (dining room)…

1 min.

STACEY BRANDFORD Photographer, “When Stars Align”, “Staying in Tune” and “Kitchen Stories: Philip Haddad” (pages 72, 90 and 108) Stacey began his career shooting for his uncle’s renovation business in New York; now, he’s an H&H regular. What’s on your patio wish list? Definitely an outdoor pizza oven! What’s the best thing about your outdoor space? The oak trees. They keep the house cool in the summer and are gorgeous covered with snow in the winter. JEREMY FREED Writer, “Life’s a Beach” (page 82) As a menswear writer for The Globe and Mail, Jeremy travels regularly and is always looking for reasons to visit Japan. Favourite flower to brighten up your space for spring? Lavender — come fall, the dried flowers make great closet fresheners. What’s on your patio wish list?…

2 min.
fine prints

“WHEN YOU BRING PRINTS AND PATTERNS INTO A HOME, IT MAKES IT MORE PERSONAL AND INVITING — IT MAKES IT A HAPPY PLACE” — John Loecke 1 BLEND COLOURS: “People get hung up on the idea that everything has to match. Things don’t have to match, they just have to blend. It’s a lot easier. A good rule of thumb: take one colour and carry it throughout a room. The eye is going to connect all those dots and it’s not going to be overwhelming.” 2 USE MORE OF LESS: “Repeat fabrics but use them in a different way. Maybe in one room it’s your drapery but in another it’s your sofa.” 3 TRY THIS “IT” PRINT: “Chintz is back! Not the chintzes of the ’80s, which are great, but ones in fresh…

3 min.
the queen elizabeth

WHEN IN MONTREAL Buy local at Bigarade, a shop that works with Quebec artisans to create organic bedding. “Everything is done and assembled here in Montreal,” says owner Geneviève Lorange. Refuel at the in-store café before exploring the rest of the neighborhood. 3889 Ste-Catherine St. E.; visit bigarade.io. Expo 67 and Montreal’s golden years were on the horizon when The Queen Elizabeth hotel opened in 1958. Built above Central Station, it boasted thenrare amenities such as air conditioning and direct-dial telephones in each of its 1,216 rooms. “For the ’60s, it was very ambitious,” says Martin LeBlanc, a senior partner at Sid Lee Architecture, which led the recent $140-million renovation of the Queen E. “We wanted to reconnect with that style and ambition.” The team looked at the era’s fashion and pop…

1 min.
new & now

1. THROW IT ON Showcasing contemporary Zimbabwean culture, Batiqua’s eye-catching throw rugs are soft enough to be tossed over a couch, or even used as picnic blankets or tablecloths. Throw rug in Taupe by Linda Adimora. Organic barkweave; sadza porridge. 60" l. x 40" w. Approx. $151. Through Batiqua. 2. GUIDING LIGHT Vancouver lighting designer Matthew McCormick’s illuminating creations double as art. The Mila’s ethereal orb of handblown glass seems to float on its bent copper frame. 29?" h. x 6?" diam. $3,010 each. At South Hill Home. 3. READY, SET, GO Handcrafted in Italy, this flatware was inspired by the medieval walled village of Lucca. The stainless steel is stonewashed for a rough-hewn effect, making each piece unique. Lucca cutlery set in Black. $195. At Canvas Home. 4. PLANTING THE SEEDS This…