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Style At HomeStyle At Home

Style At Home June 2019

Style at Home brings an exciting and stylish voice to the world of home decorating. The magazine offers readers advice on everything from design trends and decorating projects to renovation solutions and entertaining ideas. We inspire our readers with authoritative advice delivered in a friendly voice. More than just an ideas magazine, Style at Home offers its readers solutions. Our elegant photography and beautifully designed pages distinguish Style at Home as a must-have lifestyle magazine.

Pays:
Canada
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
TVA Publications Inc.
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sunshine state

Throw open the windows, shake out the rugs, switch out the toss cushions and walk around barefoot. Welcome to summer, Canada’s most fleeting season. We’re primed to take advantage of every single second, starting with getting inspired by the looks we’ve gathered for this issue. Colour is on deck – from kitchen accessories (Food News, page 20) to curated tabletop finds (“Set for Summer,” page 38) to kicky nods to nautical style (“Small-Scale Spectacular,” page 84) – because days filled with sunshine make every shade, tone and hue seem that much more cheery. Laid-back meets luxe in a Victorian-influenced dressing room in our High or Low column on page 30 (guessing which is High and which is Low is a tough one this month – be warned!), while fashionable fabrics and furniture…

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at your service

As a Style at Home subscriber, you can expect the best in subscription service. If you have any questions about your subscription, please get in touch with us at the website, phone number or address listed below. In order to help us locate your file, please provide your current mailing label or the information on it. SUBSCRIPTION EXPIRY To find out when your current subscription expires, check the mailing label. The labels are printed several weeks before the issue is mailed, so please give us six to eight weeks advance notice for renewals and changes of address in order to avoid missing an issue. BILLING & RENEWAL NOTICES Invoice and renewal notices are printed one week before they’re mailed to you. With delivery time, it’s possible that your payment or renewal order…

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style at home

Vice-President, TVA Publications Lyne Robitaille Content Director Geneviève Guertin Executive Editor Suzanne Moutis Art Director Caroline Collin Graphic Designers Karine Blanchet, Patricia Gagnon Editorial Operations & Assistant Business Manager Olga Goncalves Costa ONE EASY WAY TO REACH US: FIRSTNAME.LASTNAME@TVA.CA EDITORIAL Features Editor Marianne Davidson Contributing Editor Fina Scroppo Researcher Rhiannon Russell PRODUCTION Director of Operations Johanne Perron Production Coordinator Linda Desjardins MARKETING, COMMUNICATIONS & EVENTS Senior Marketing Director, Publications Martine Aubin Director, Newsstand Sales Michel Nivischiuk Director, Subscription and Circulation Evelyne Labonté ADVERTISING SALES, TORONTO 416-227-8248 (patricia.mixemong@quebecormedia.com) General Sales Manager Patricia Heckmann Senior Director, Media Solutions Jérôme Leys Sales Expert Magazines Cathy Ellis, Andrea McBride, Vanessa Watson Advertising Coordination Team Leader Maddie Belanger Advertising and Traffic Coordinator Yvonne Peden ADVERTISING SALES, MONTREAL 514-598-2880 (ventespublicitaires@tva.ca) Senior Director, Magazines & Newspapers Kimberley Rouse Senior Advisor Magazines & Newspapers Annie Bergeron Sales Expert Magazines Nathalie Beaulac, Vickie Bouthillier, Manon Labelle, Lucie Lacroix, Stephanie Magnan Coordinators Mélina Delorme (on leave), Rosina De Rose, Maria Perrotti QUEBEC…

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style news

WHO Ilse Crawford of Studioilse WHERE The Pier, Cathay Pacific first class lounge, Hong Kong WHAT Wood-clad walls, deep teal-toned seating and nature-themed artwork and accents lend this stopover space a sophisticated yet comfortable and homey feel to savour. PAINT PALETTE OF THE MONTH TOP TIER DESIGNED IN 1958 BY DANISH DESIGNER POUL HENNINGSEN, THIS TIERED PENDANT LIGHT IN A NEW BRASS FINISH IS PURE GOLD. ITS UNIQUE MOD SCULPTURAL DESIGN IS MORE THAN JUST ATTRACTIVE – IT’S ALSO 100 PERCENT GLARE FREE, SO WHETHER IT’S IN THE DINING ROOM OR THE OFFICE, IT WILL CREATE TOP-NOTCH AMBIENCE. TRÈS JOLIE! As its name suggests, Jolie is a beautiful thing. The superior nontoxic mineral-based decorative paint is now available in Canada. Using the new Serenity Collection for a DIY will have you feeling calm from first stroke to finished product and…

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culinary cravings

MAKE A SPLASH The simple rounded lines of the Azure kitchen faucet from Riobel modernize classic kitchen spaces. Its unique Boomerang system draws back the retractable nozzle quickly, quietly and easily to its original position. Choose from multiple options in style and finish. Stainless steel and resin Sadye SALAD TONGS, $40 per 2-piece set, CB2, cb2.ca. IT’S A TOSS UP! We can’t wait to help ourselves to fresh greens with these new servers from CB2. Made from stainless steel and resin, the tapered tortoise shell-patterned handles are so comfortable to use, you’ll be reaching for salad at every meal. PROPOSE A TOAST This white stainless steel toaster lends your kitchen serious sophistication thanks to its sleek finish and rose gold hardware. Plus, the four wide slots and special setting that adjusts toasting time guarantees the perfect…

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s’mores cake

INGREDIENTS SERVES 10 TO 12 1 100-g bar 70% dark chocolate¼ cup 35% whipping cream6 large egg whites1¼ cups granulated sugar¼ tsp cream of tartar1 tsp pure vanilla extract27 graham cracker sheets (5" x 2.5"sheets with 4 attached graham crackers each) DIRECTIONS Line the bottom and sides of an 8 x 5-inch loaf pan with parchment paper. Using a serrated knife, chop the chocolate into small pieces and place in a small heatproof bowl. Heat the cream in a small saucepan over medium heat until almost, but not quite, boiling. Pour the cream over the chocolate and leave to melt for 3 minutes; stir until smooth; set aside. Place the egg whites, sugar and cream of tartar in a heatproof bowl over a saucepan of gently simmering water (be sure that the bottom of the bowl…

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