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House & Home January – Trends 2018

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 STYLEEllen and Portia’s new California home is contemporary and whitewashed, with stunning ocean views.MUST-TRY RECIPESWarm up with Chile & Ginger Pho from British food blogger Ella Mills’ new cookbook, Natural Feasts.NEW H&H TV EPISODESWatch Lynda Reeves and Beth Hitchcock debate some golden rules of decorating.DIY ARCHIVESLearn how to elevate the look of a simple bench with woven leather strips.DECORATING & DESIGNGet 40+ fireplace ideas to cosy up your home this winter.Apple, the Apple logo, and iMac are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.Photography courtesy of Sotheby’s International Realty (Ellen’s home)/Ellen DeGeneres via Instagram (Ellen’s portrait)/ by Clare Winfield (pho, cookbook)/Jason Stickley (Lynda and Beth)/Kim Jeffery (DIY)/Virginia Macdonald (fireplace) ■…

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seeing signs

A cosy, layered display of camel-coloured pieces at Holt Renfrew.Micro-batch makers are leaving their mark on the textile industry, page 71.Red’s back in vogue! Don’t miss our Paint Report on page 42.It happens every year. In the one or two weeks after we’ve picked our Top 10 Trends, I start noticing them everywhere. First it was a window full of camel-hued couture at Holt Renfrew in late September — it stopped me in my tracks because we’d all just agreed it was our big colour for the year. Then it was the curved sofas in Bonnie Brooks’s living room (page 72) that suddenly called out to me from photos we’d shot months earlier.Then I had an aha moment closer to home: my own bedroom. The new closet doors were designed…

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contributors

JENIA O’CONNOR Hair and Makeup Stylist, “From Paris with Love” (page 72) A Toronto makeup artist with more than 20 years of experience, Jenia has created looks for TV, editorial and advertising. Any decorating resolutions for the new year? Ruthlessly purge! I want to simplify my life and be as minimalist as possible. One trend you wish you hadn’t followed? I wish I’d chosen a bolder colour for my walls. I’ve been stuck in an “all-white walls” phase for too long.CHRISTINE PERSAUD Writer, “Trending Now” (page 88)The veteran editor has spent 15 years working in the consumer technology realm, now with WiFiHiFi magazine and as a freelance writer. What’s a past trend you think is coming back? Patterned wallpaper with geometric shapes. A piece of furniture you’ll still love years…

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your letters

You picked the most fabulous home for the cover of your November issue. That stone farmhouse is magical indeed — such warmth and character! And I love the simplicity of the decorating; it speaks volumes about the owners.— NANCYI was so excited when the November issue arrived with “100+ pages of holiday decorating” on the cover — but what a disappointment! Where’s the decorating? A mini tree in the bathroom, a swag over the headboard and gifts on the bed? How uninspiring.— TERRIThank you for the November issue; it’s filled with a serene style. And most of all, it’s all doable — not in a crafty or expensive way but with the beauty of nature.— SALLY VEGSOI loved the text on page 79 of the November issue, in reference to…

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ateliers des cent ans

Artisan Renaud Sauvé at the wheel.Pieces in his studio, both found and collected.Porcelain Apothecary pitcher for Syrup, $400.Polilobed bowl with Black Oil Spot Glaze and Gold Trace, $300.Tools wait while the porcelain driesPorcelain apothecary jar with French Botanical Plants, $250. All at Mjölk.“THE MATERIAL SPEAKS, AND IF YOU LISTEN CAREFULLY IT WILL BRING YOU ON A JOURNEY”— Renaud SauvéWHO: Ceramic artisan Renaud Sauvé WHERE: Irlande, Quebec CONNECT: ateliersdescentans.com THE SCOOP: Working from a veritable “cabin in the woods,” Renaud creates ethereal porcelain ware with a sense of history — he’s a devotee of traditional Korean and Japanese ceramics — as well as the natural and mystical. Inspired by the hundreds of notebooks he’s filled on his travels, the one-time Cirque du Soleil prop master first sketches then throws, sculpts, etches…

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cool hunting

1. TUBULAR LIGHTING Lights with pipe-like structures were everywhere. This colourful Hanging lamp by Muller Van Severen for Belgium’s Valerie_objects shows the trend at its best.2. COMPACT MULTITASKERS Stylish, space-saving solutions are in high demand. This Tocador dressing table from Spanish brand Nomon is beautifully detailed with a walnut shelf, vanity mirror and pouf.3. ARCHED SHAPES Curved forms that take their cue from classic architecture are appearing in chairs, privacy screens and cabinets. The Minima Moralia room divider from Dante nods to ’80s glamour.4. CRAYON COLOURS Designers are taking a more playful approach to home decorating. Like this bench from French company Pop Corn, designed by Dirk Vander Kooij, bright colours and bold shapes turn simple pieces into statements.Update rooms with edgy, graffiti-style patternsMORGAN MICHENER Senior editor ■…

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