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House & Home December 2017 – The A – List + Winter Style

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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English
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House & Home Media
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explore our website at houseandhome.com

CELEBRITY STYLEFrom cool, neutral tones to luxe details, Cindy’s home shows off her sophisticated sense of style.OUR BEST RECIPESA holiday dinner staple, our Brown Butter Mashed Potatoes with Fried Sage will please a crowd.LATEST HOME TOURNEW H&H TV EPISODESSee how bold design moves bring personality to restaurateur Sarah Huggins’ stylish and laid-back family home.DIY ARCHIVESLearn how to make this festive garland using dried orange slices.DECORATING & DESIGNFind 50+ ideas for creating a cosy, layered look this season.Apple, the Apple logo, and iMac are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.Photography courtesy of Trulia (Cindy’s home)/Cindy Crawford via Twitter (Cindy’s portrait)/by Stacey Brandford (mashed potatoes, Kristen’s portrait)/Jason Stickley (kitchen)/Virginia Macdonald (DIY)/Donna Griffith (living room) ■…

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the a-team

An early morning selfie with our cover star, pro party planner Catriona SmartMy wreath is up and awaiting my family’s arrival — wish me luck (and better weather) this year!When it comes to entertaining — especially holiday entertaining — I’m cursed.Five years ago, I offered to host my extended family’s Christmas gathering for the first time. The wreath was hung on the front door, the tree lights were sparkling, the five-pound bourbon-glazed ham was in the oven. And then I looked out the window: nothing but white.It was one of the worst blizzards in recent years, and only four of the 13 guests were able to make it. I ate a lot of ham in the following weeks.The truth is, even when people do show up, I stress, I fuss,…

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contributors

ADRIEN WILLIAMS Photographer, “Above & Beyond” (page 82)Specializing in architectural and design photography, Montreal-based Adrien has shot around the world, including Belgium, Portugal and the U.S. Best thing about wintry days? Teaching my five-year-old daughter how to ski. How do you cosy up your home for winter? My wife and I push the sofa in front of the fire, then we share whiskey and dark chocolate and listen to Leonard Cohen.ANGUS FERGUSSON Photographer, “The New Brunch” (page 96)Originally from the West Coast, Angus came to Toronto 15 years ago to explore a career in photography. Since then, he’s shot for many of Canada’s top magazines. How do you celebrate New Year’s Eve? I get together with friends, drink cocktails and eat too much cheese. Best thing about wintry days? My…

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your letters

Just got my October issue in the mail. The Feasby & Bleeks–designed kitchen (“Fresh Flavours”) was dog ear–worthy!— COLETTE RABBA, @coletterabba, via InstagramWhile you acknowledged the designers and provided sources for products and materials in October’s “Double Take,” there was no mention of the builder, Waterford Homes. I think this is a great omission. However extraordinary the designers’ imaginations, the execution of the design is of equal importance.— JANE PALMERI spent several hours with the October issue today. It was packed with eyepopping inspiration — well done to Beth and the @houseandhomemag team!— MICHELLE HURLEY, @michelle_a_hurley, via InstagramI love the Small Spaces issue you publish every September, but I wish you’d dedicate the whole issue to small spaces. The “Back to Nature” feature had no place in this issue —…

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get social

MOST-SHARED GALLERY20HARDWORKING HALLWAYS THAT MAXIMIZE SPACE AND STYLEMOST-PINNED PHOTOAn inviting entryway designed by Nam Dang-Mitchell.MOST-LIKED INSTAGRAM POSTAn airy dressing room by Stephanie Pellatt, Leanne Tammaro and Adolphina Karachok.Photography by Alex Lukey (Most-Shared)/Colin Way (Most-Pinned)/Valerie Wilcox (Most-Liked)/ Room design by Mazen El-Abdallah (Most-Shared) ■…

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style files

IDEAS | TIPS | HOT TOPICS | TRENDSGOTTA HAVE ITDress up the mantel year-round with sleek, modern fireplace tools that could double as sculpture.Fire tools by Thom Fougere, Mjölk,; mantel design, Feasby & Bleeks Design; mantel fabrication, Jarek Figura for JTF Homes; garland, Sheridan Nurseries; fireplace grate, The Door Store.SEE SHOPPING LISTS/H = Buy on shophouseandhome.comFIND ITLE MARCHÉ ITALIEN LE RICHMOND 333 Avenue Richmond, Montreal (514) 508-8749 lerichmond.comBoxed cream and soap (bottom left corner) by La Belle Excuse, $14 and $21.Ertan Eren (left) and Luc Laroche created the shop with partner Paul Soucie (not pictured).The red brick façade of the shop’s circa- 1889 building.BEST BUY: Honey collected from the restaurant’s two rooftop hives offers a taste of Griffintown. Honey by Miel MTL, from $8 each.Pitcher by Bloomingville, $60; table runner…

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