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House & Home January 2019 - Trends 2019

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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explore our website at houseandhome.com

CELEBRITY STYLEArched windows and floor-to-ceiling bookshelves bring character to the traditional Georgian mews.LATEST HOME TOURLATEST H&H TV EPISODESSee how homeowner Amanda Riva transformed her kitchen into the hub of her home with sleek finishes.OUR BEST RECIPESLearn how to make the Naked Funfetti Cake, inspired by the trendy naked cakes created by Momofuku Milk Bar’s Christina Tosi.TIPS & TRICKSDiscover 15 things that will brighten up your space this winter.DECORATING & DESIGNFind 20+ bedrooms you’ll never want to leave!Apple, the Apple logo, and iMac are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.Photography courtesy of Homeaway.ca (Madonna’s home)/Madonna via Instagram (Madonna’s portrait)/ by Stacey Brandford (cake)/Jason Stickley (kitchen)/Sharyn Cairns (living room)/Donna Griffith (bedroom) ■…

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more is more

Talking trends with Jonathan (left) and Elte’s Andrew Metrick.“THERE ARE BILLIONS OF TRENDS. NOTHING’S ‘OUT,’ NOTHING IS BAD — IT’S JUST A LOT OF OPTIONS”— Jonathan AdlerJonathan Adler isn’t afraid to take risks. After all, this is a man who put a blue Lucite nose sculpture in his collection and whose company manifesto says it’s impossible for colours to clash. So when the irreverent designer and potter was in Toronto for the launch of his new furniture collection at Elte, I wanted his take on something I’d been mulling over: should we still care about trends?Selfishly, I hoped Jonathan would say yes. Back at the office, we were in the thick of producing the very issue you hold in your hands. I held my breath as he thought about his…

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contributors

EMILY EVANS Writer, “Clean Sweep” (page 44) Emily, a former H&H associate editor, loved talking kitchens with designer Peter Wilds for this issue. Trend predictions for 2019? Channelling is going to be big! In fact, I’d like to DIY a creamy velvet, channel-tufted headboard inspired by stylist Brady Tolbert for my principal bedroom. Paint colour prediction for 2019? Earthy mustard, turmeric, rust and alabaster, as an alternative to stark white.JANIS NICOLAY Photographer, “Clean Sweep” and “Quiet Revolution” (pages 44 and 72) A B.C. native, Janis has shot for publications such as Canadian Living, Vogue Living and for Anna Olson’s new cookbook. Decorating resolutions for the new year? We’re renovating our 20-year-old duplex, and I’m only buying things that stand the test of time and investing in Canadian-made pieces. Paint colour…

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your letters

Finally, a room with some originality and personality (“My Favourite Room,” November). I’m so tired of monotonous decorating!— DEBORAH JEAN GILBERT, via FacebookI loved the sound of chef Ryusuke Yamanaka’s Mushroom Salad with Ume Amazu Dressing recipe in the November issue (“Food News”), but where the heck can I find ume paste? I’ve been searching Asian markets and gourmet shops, and I’m beginning to think it’s a unicorn!— DIANA TUSZYNSKI, Burlington, Ont.Food editor’s note: Thanks for writing, Diana. To find ume paste, which is sometimes labelled umeboshi prune or plum paste, visit Japanese stores or the macrobiotic section in health food shops — I bought mine at The Big Carrot in Toronto (it may help to call around first). You can also order ume paste online.I just received the November…

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h&h tv

SEE A STUNNING KITCHEN MAKEOVER BY DESIGNER OLIVIA BOTRIELYNDA REEVESBETH HITCHCOCKBITE INTO MORE OF OUR FOOD TRENDS FOR 2019NEW VIDEOS MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS & FRIDAYSPhotography by Alex Lukey/Room design by Danielle Nicholas Bryk ■…

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design adventures

MONTREALEAT at the ambient Chez L’Épicier restaurant in Vieux Port, complete with lights by Montreal’s designer fave, Luminaire Authentik. 311 St. Paul St. E., Montreal; chezlepicier.comSHOP at Lysanne Pepin’s 4,000-square-foot concept shop, Maison Pepin. In December, its alley is turned into a charming Christmas Market. 378 St. Paul St. W., Montreal; thepepinshop.comSTAY in a whimsical suite at the W Montréal hotel. (And be sure to grab a drink in the library-inspired Bartizen lounge.) 901 Rue du Square-Victoria, Montreal; marriott.comVANCOUVERSTAY & EAT at the Fairmont Pacific Rim hotel, featuring the elegant Botanist restaurant. 1038 Canada Place, Vancouver; botanistrestaurant.comSHOP at Litchfield, a modern boutique in the historic Gastown district. (Designers love it!) 38 Water St., Vancouver; litchfieldtheshop.comVISIT North Vancouver’s The Polygon Gallery, designed by Patkau Architects. (Its sawtooth roof nods to the…

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