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House & Home March 2019 - 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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counter measures

There’s something I’ve been struggling with and I think it’s best I get it out in the open: I like stuff. Stuff, however, isn’t fashionable these days. For that we can thank Japanese organizing expert Marie Kondo. Her method, called “KonMari,” is simple: Everything in your home should “spark joy.” If it doesn’t, give it away. You’ll be left with airy, spare rooms that’ll make you feel happier, she says. I thought we’d reached Peak Kondo after her book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up came out, but a Netflix show has put the clutter-busting guru back in the spotlight. Sure, Marie has some good advice, like using vertical storage and ridding your home of papers, but she really loses me with her approach to kitchens; she says we shouldn’t keep anything…

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contributors

LISA VAN DE GEYN Writer, “Style Files: Profile” (page 23) Lisa is a Toronto writer, editor and true crime podcast enthusiast. She has held positions at H&H, Chatelaine and Today’s Parent. What one thing should every kitchen have? A junk drawer. Where else would the scissors, takeout menus and batteries go? Best memory in the kitchen? The first time we fed our oldest daughter veggies — puréed sweet potato — some of it ended up on the wall. SALLY ARMSTRONG Stylist, “California Dreamin’” and “Slice of Life” (pages 70 and 78) Following 19 years at H&H, former senior design editor Sally has made the leap to freelance styling and decorating, working with clients such as Winners and HomeSense. Best memory in the kitchen? When my mom made a pie, she’d break off dough…

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your letters

The best part of the Trends 2019 issue (January) was Beth’s smart and clever editorial. In a culture that strives to embrace individuality, it’s nice to know creating a unique space from a plethora of design choices is being on-trend! —JOANNE HALL, Calgary I think a good portion of your audience has young families, but you rarely have any articles showing kids’ rooms. Your articles show pretty rooms, but as far as something practical for families, you have a long way to go. —JANICE TAYLOR, Vancouver I find it so interesting to see the approach of H&H to cannabis — with style and acceptance. The accessories featured in the January issue are beautiful objects (if wildly out of my budget!), and the recipes look like a fun entry point for the novice cannabis cook.…

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style files

S/H = Buy on shophouseandhome.com GOTTA HAVE IT Artisanal brooms are having a moment. And why shouldn’t they? Built to last and worthy of display, they’re our favourite mashup of art and function. SHOP LES FAISEURS Today’s best coffee shops no longer serve a single purpose, operating instead as a workplace, hangout and eatery all in one. In Montreal’s Little Italy neighbourhood, new caffeine spot Les Faiseurs is mixing up the format yet again with a space that’s part café, part ceramics boutique and part pottery workshop. Local design firm Catherine Catherine helped realize owner Sarah M. St-Arnaud’s vision for a lively, multifunctional space. A wall of windows, perfect for people watching, separates the boutique and café from the workshop so they feel distinct yet connected. The boutique not only showcases Les Faiseurs’ own collection…

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double take

INTO Rich metal blends such as brass and oil-rubbed bronze, as well as intricate panel mouldings, herringbone-laid floors and elaborate marbles. OVER IT White kitchens with Carrara marble. I’m favouring richer colours and materials in this hardworking space. HOT SPOT Berlin. It’s edgy and urban. INTO Vintage, vegetable-dyed wool rugs. They’re high quality, old and full of colour! OVER IT Grey palettes, industrial anything and mid-century modern–themed rooms. HOT SPOT Kitchens! We’re making them bigger, more comfortable and more inviting.…

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more or less

STORAGE BASKET $35 Collapsible storage basket in Natural. Seagrass. 13¾" h. x 15¾" diam. At H&M Home. $30 Trundle basket. Seagrass. 13" h. x 14" d. At EQ3. $20 Canvas market basket. Water hyacinth. 17¾" h. x 15¾" w. At Canadian Tire. MARBLE MORTAR AND PESTLE $145 Marble mortar and pestle. Carrara marble; beechwood. 4" h. x 7" diam. At Williams Sonoma. $45 French Kitchen Marble mortar and pestle. White marble. 4¼" h. x 3¾" diam. At Crate & Barrel. $27 Marble mortar and pestle in White Marble with Grey Veining by Artisanal Kitchen Supply. White marble. 4" h. x 4" diam. At Bed Bath & Beyond. BISTRO FLATWARE $83 Vintage Roma Cutlery place setting in Antique Pewter. 5 pieces. Stainless steel. At Williams Sonoma. $65 Lucca 5-piece flatware set in Antique Pewter. Stainless steel. At Crate & Barrel. $20* Sommet flatware in Antique Stainless Steel by David Shaw for…

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