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Style At Home November 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.

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Canada
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
TVA Publications Inc.
Fréquence:
Monthly
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1 min.
time to be grateful

With so much going on these days, there’s something very comforting about taking the time to pause and ponder the significance of Thanksgiving. As much as it brings to mind gathering around the table with family and friends, it’s also a time to take a breath, pause and reflect before going head-on into the upcoming holiday season. For me, Thanksgiving is about being welcoming and grateful. It’s also a chance to let loose and go glam with a few choice bourbons and some bubbly for the bar. Cocktail connoisseurs can rejoice too: We’ve curated the perfect bar carts (p.98) to entertain from home. My family will tell you I was born to host the holidays. Not just because of the delicious leftovers (I’m already craving that day-after turkey and cranberry sandwich),…

1 min.
style news

PAINT PALETTE OF THE MONT H WE’RE INSPIRED BY… “Greige” is often mistaken for a portmanteau of grey and beige but the word actually refers to the colour of raw silk… timely indeed, with natural tones being all the rage! PERFECT MATCH Neutral greige makes for perfect pairings all around the colour wheel: white, black, blue, pink, and orange, included.…

1 min.
shabby chic

STYLIST TIPS / Stoneware bowls, porcelain pitchers and cut-glass glasses converge to create a rustic-yet-refined look. Embellish with untreated wooden accents. Wood and bark colours will make the soft and natural shades of the porcelain and linen pop. / The lace table runner is by far my fave. Crochet or macramé, use it to gently elevate your table and take you back in time.…

2 min.
kitchenfix

1 CUE NEW COUNTERS Be it pasta sauce or red wine, your kitchen has indulged you, and perhaps your counters show it. With available installation options, The Home Depot Canada makes upgrading your countertops a cinch. Whether you love the swanky feel of natural stone, the durability of quartz and solid surfaces, the budget-friendliness of laminate or—for the DIY-er—the industrial appeal of butcherblock, there’s a surface to satisfy your kitchen’s functional and aesthetic needs. 2 RE-FACE THE CABINETS Why replace when you can re-style? Instead of ripping out old cabinetry, give it a fresh look with new custom-fit doors and drawer fronts in on-trend profiles and finishes (like classic Shaker in aloe green or mod slab in midnight blue). The best part? The process—which includes overlaying the existing cabinet box exteriors to match—only…

2 min.
crêpes suzette

INGREDIENTS MAKES 16 SERVINGS SAKE-SOAKED ORANGES 2 tbsp sake ¼ cup granulated sugar 4 oranges, segmented CRÊPES 2 cups all-purpose flour ¼ cup granulated sugar3 tsp matcha powder (optional)2 cups 2% milk4 large eggs2 tsp vanilla2 tbsp unsalted butter, meltedSUZETTE SAUCE1 ⅓ granulated sugar¼ cup water1 cup orange juiceASSEMBLY¼ cup orange-flavoured liqueur DIRECTIONS Sake-Soaked Oranges In large microwaveable bowl, combine sake with sugar. Microwave on medium until sugar is dissolved, 45 to 60 seconds. Add oranges; stir to coat. Set aside. Crêpes In large bowl, whisk together flour, sugar and matcha powder (if using). In separate bowl, whisk together milk, eggs and vanilla; pour over flour mixture, whisking until smooth. Strain through fine-mesh sieve into clean bowl; cover and let stand at room temperature for 30 minutes. Heat 8-inch nonstick skillet or crêpe pan over medium-low…

2 min.
something blue

Let’s face it: few homeowners are crazy about a closed-off kitchen. Throw small, awkward and cramped into the mix and it’s a recipe for, if not disaster, then certainly impracticality. That’s why Jeff Snyder and Tracy Campbell, the owners of this Calgary abode, hired designer Alykhan Velji to mastermind a gutsy reno. “They wanted an open-plan kitchen with space for entertaining and lots of storage,” says Aly. Knocking down two adjacent dining room walls dialed up the space, but the blank canvas presented a new challenge. “Each area had to have its own focal point. I wanted an open-concept but with character and colour,” explains Aly. CABINETRY, Made to Design Woodcraft; CABINETRY PAINT, Sherwin Williams; HARDWARE, Emtek; BACKSPLASH, Daltile; COUNTERTOPS, Alberta Marble and Tile Co; SINK, FAUCET, Robinson Lighting and Bath;…