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Style At Home July/August 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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the sweet escape

What does the notion of a summer escape mean to you? Is it a beach vacation? A glamping trip? A cottage in the mountains? Or maybe, quite simply, it’s a few uninterrupted hours puttering in your own backyard. The concept is basic, wherever your happy place happens to be: The Canadian Oxford Dictionary defines escape as “a temporary relief from reality or worry.” Those seven words hit the nail on the head, don’t they? We all know that we need to get away from the day to day sometimes and find some peace. The fact is, it’s good for us. And when you combine that feeling of bliss with summertime, well…no more words are needed. This issue is devoted to that idea of short-term (or long-term, as the case may be) relaxation,…

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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 & Proofreader Rhiannon Russell Researcher Madeleine Lavin PRINTING Printed at Transcontinental RBW Graphics, a division of Transcontinental Printing 2005 G.P., 2049 20th St. E., Owen Sound, ON N4K 5R2. All reproduction requests must be made to COPIBEC (paper reproductions at 800-717-2022) ISSN: 1915-8998 DISTRIBUTION Distributed by Coast to Coast Funded by the Government of Canada PRODUCTION Director of Operations Johanne Perron Production Coordinator Martine Lalonde 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…

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style news

WE’RE INSPIRED BY the dusty tones of the settee and the bold artwork in this vignette to conjure up a palette that focuses on a chiaroscuro effect featuring rich navy, flowery pinks and blushing nudes. PAINT PALETTE OF THE MONTH…

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precious pink

BUNK UP Perfect for little ones who share a room or long for a bestie slumber party, the Roxy bunk bed’s best feature is that it can be detached and used as twin beds, too.…

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call of the wild

OUT OF THE JUNGLE Channel your inner Tarzan this summer with this Jungle dishware collection. Set a tropically inspired table or just put single pieces (such as a mug as an ersatz vase) on display. To paraphrase Jane, you won’t be able to put them down. A CUT ABOVE MASTER WOODWORKER AND FOUNDER OF THE COMPANY ARBOL CUISINE, STÉPHANE DUMONT CONCEIVES KITCHEN ACCESSORIES WITH ELEGANT NATURAL LINES. THIS WOODEN BREAD KNIFE – AVAILABLE IN CHERRY, MAPLE OR WALNUT – HAS A DURABLE BLADE FOR PRECISE CUTTING.…

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churros

INGREDIENTS MAKES 20 CHURROS ½ cup 2% milk½ cup water6 tbsp unsalted butter1 tbsp brown sugar¼ tsp salt1 cup all-purpose flour3 large eggs¾ cup granulated sugar1 tbsp cinnamon DIRECTIONS Combine the milk, water, butter, brown sugar and salt in a large saucepan over medium-high heat. Cook until the butter and brown sugar have melted and the mixture just comes to a boil; remove from the heat. Add the flour and stir vigorously with a wooden spoon until the mixture forms a smooth ball of dough that pulls away from the sides of the saucepan. Transfer the batter to the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment. With the mixer on medium speed, beat in the eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition; continue beating until the batter is smooth…