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House & Home November 2017 – Happy Holiday

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

CELEBRITY STYLEDesigner Nicole Fisher enhanced the room’s neutral palette with warm tones and textures.MUST-TRY RECIPESThese Cabbage and Mushroom Hand Pies from Six Seasons: A New Way with Vegetables make the perfect weeknight supper.LATEST HOME TOURNEW H&H TV EPISODESA 1950s stable transformed — see how designer Ashley Davidson did it!DIY ARCHIVESFind 20 whimsical wreaths to make this season, including our DIY Present Wreath.DECORATING & DESIGNBring warmth to your bedroom with linen.Apple, the Apple logo, and iMac are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.Photography by Joe Schmelzer via One King’s Lane (Lucy Liu’s home)/Laura Dart & A.J. Meeker (hand pies)/Jason Stickley (Christmas guest house)/Kim Jeffery (DIY)/Tracy Shumate (bedroom) ■…

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a christmas story

Boughs dotted with berries and eucalyptus frame a doorway at Andraya Frith and Graham Kechnie’s farm, page 78.A couple of my favourite stocking stuffer ideas from our story on page 62You never know who you’ll meet on social media. I was sipping coffee on a Saturday morning last December when I got the Instagram notification: “@andraya1123farmhouse started following you.” Intrigued by the “farmhouse” part, I popped over to her page. Idyllic photos of rolling hills, weathered barnboard, fieldstone walls and rustic fireplace mantels filled my screen. There was something magical about this place. I wanted to know more.The reply came instantly. Andraya, a lawyer, bought the 25-acre property with her husband, Graham, as a weekend escape from their life in Toronto — a place they could unwind with their two…

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contributors

VIRGINIA MACDONALD Photographer, “Comfort & Joy” (page 78)A Toronto-based photographer, Virginia has travelled the world, shooting for publications such as enRoute and Architectural Digest. The perfect winter day is spent… Outside hiking and then, at night, inside with a fire and a nog. What’s your favourite holiday tradition? Putting up the tree. I can be a Grinch at first but, in the end, my heart is full. Festive drink of choice? Champagne!JANIS NICOLAY Photographer, “Leap of Faith” (page 88)Janis’s photos have appeared in many publications, including Vogue Living Australia. Currently, she’s shooting four cookbooks. What’s the first holiday decoration you put up? Pinecones make their appearance the first week of December. Favourite holiday tradition? Binge-watching Christmas-themed movies and making Christmas crackers with my nieces and nephews.LUCY WAVERMAN Contributor, “Family Secrets”…

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your letters

Honestly, I was about to give up my subscription — until the September issue arrived. I hope this is an indication of things to come. It seems like a welcome return to your roots!— JULIA BRENNANThe lack of colour throughout your magazine has bored me past the point of no return. Featuring a blue pitcher in an otherwise monochromatic space is simply insufficient to spark my interest.— SARAH TREGONNINGI’ve been reading House & Home for years, and I especially like it when you include floor plans with the articles.— DOROTHY LECKYI’m concerned that your magazine is promoting “hardscaping” at a time when we are facing unprecedented overland flooding (“Fine Lines,” September). Yes, “more hard surfaces mean less maintenance,” but they also mean that there’s less ground area for rainwater to…

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get social

MOST-SHARED GALLERY20 CHARMING KITCHENS WITH SOULMOST-PINNED PHOTOAn exotic entryway designed by Kyla Bidgood and Mary McNeill-Knowles.MOST-LIKED INSTAGRAM POSTA sun-drenched family kitchen dreamt up by designer Mélanie Cherrier.Photography by Janet Kimber (Most-Shared)/Janis Nicolay (Most-Pinned)/Maxime Desbiens (Most-Liked)/ Room design by Kenneth McRobbie and Colin Blanchard (Most-Shared) ■…

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style files

GOTTA HAVE ITCanvas bins make delivering a bundle of gifts, wrapping up something special or stowing that new cashmere blanket both simple and stylish.CLEAR CUTFine crystal tableware shouldn’t be reserved for formal occasions. Suitable for everyday use, Waterford’s Ardan crystal trays, bowls and glasses come in two contemporary designs — Enis and Mara — and are refreshingly affordable (a pair of tumblers starts at $80).Through Waterford.HOLIDAY DECORATINGBY THE CHIMNEY WITH FLAIRInstead of the expected wreath over the mantel, move holiday stockings from their usual spot and give them pride of place. Hung from ribbons and embellished with bells and branches, they create an eye-catching moment that’s full of Christmas cheer.3 OF A KINDSweet W heelsBringing the tree home inspires this year’s merriest motif.Blue Retro Beetle Bug with Christmas Tree card,…

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