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House & Home October 2018 - Fall Decorating + Dream Kitchens

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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CELEBRITY STYLECher embraced a relaxed aesthetic with warm wooden beams and textured walls.LATEST HOME TOURNEW H&H TV EPISODESSee how Vanessa Stettler and Charles Kay of furniture company Pink & Brown brought personality to a grey palette.PRO TIPSAlexa Samuels of art retailer Mercartto shares the four biggest mistakes people make when hanging pieces.OUR BEST RECIPESSix classic Thanksgiving recipes, including Caramelized Onion and Sourdough Stuffing.DECORATING & DESIGNGet inspired by 10 charming English country–style kitchens.Apple, the Apple logo, and iMac are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.Photography courtesy of Trulia (Cher’s home)/Cher via Instagram (Cher’s portrait)/by Stacey Brandford (stuffing)/Jason Stickley (living room)/John Gruen (artwork)/Michael Graydon (kitchen)…

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paint it black

Morgan Michener’s Haliburton, Ont., cabin looks plucked from the Swedish countryside.Ebony stain makes the original panelling in Julie Charbonneau’s home feel contemporary.I snapped this at the L.A. shop Nickey Kehoe — love the warm wood and fresh green against the matte black wall.We didn’t plan it from the start, but a strong visual theme emerged in our big fall decorating issue: decorating’s gone to the dark side.Of course, black’s always been integral to the success of a room. We’ve long preached the gospel of including at least three black pieces to add weight to a space. We’ve also published the work of vanguards who weren’t afraid to go for it when all-black rooms were avant-garde. I remember being wowed by Connie Braemer’s charcoal bedroom and ensuite back in 2007. And…

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contributors

ALISON GARWOOD-JONES Writer, “Pure & Simple” (page 116)A longtime writer and editor, Alison has recently expanded her repertoire to include illustration. What’s your favourite kitchen feature? Islands — for observing the chef, doing work, having deep conversations and eating cereal at all hours. Favourite place to see fall foliage? The Niagara Escarpment in Dundas, Ont., where I grew up.KAREN VON HAHN Writer, “Love Story” (page 126)Over the past three decades, Karen has written two books, raised two children, hosted a TV show and been a columnist for the Toronto Star and The Globe and Mail. Where do you find fall decorating inspiration? From the outdoors. As soon as there’s a crispness in the air, the light gets richer and more golden, and the colours take on more depth.ANDRÉ RIDER Photographer,…

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your letters

How intrigued I was when I turned to July’s “Editor’s Page” and saw a picture of my own neighbourhood! I knew immediately that Fenwick Bonnell’s cottage was in Maces Bay; I moved here five years ago. In fact, I walked my dog past the renovations on Bear Rock Cottage and thought, “Someone’s making fabulous choices!” It’s gorgeous here on the Bay of Fundy and, as a design junkie, it’s exciting to see gorgeous design happening here, too.— PATTI BREAKER, Maces Bay, N.B.There’s lots to like in the August issue! You’ll get a lot of kudos for showing design ideas for smaller spaces — living in a 650-square-foot apartment in Toronto, I really appreciated it. The in-depth photography also brought everything to life. From “Treat it like a Mansion” to “Pile…

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style council

BETH HITCHCOCK Editor-in-chiefWELL-DRESSED WINDOWS. Basic blinds seem like a missed opportunity, especially when there’s so much gorgeous fabric in the world! I think windows should be layered so that they’re both functional and beautiful.Design, James Davie.Shelving by Dieter Rams, from approx. $130. At Vitsoe.LOTS OF BOOKS. Few things make a room feel more welcoming and cosy than shelves stacked with oversized art books to inspire and novels to curl up with.EMMA REDDINGTON Style directorMEG CROSSLEY Interiors directorA SOFA PILED WITH PILLOWS. On a cool fall day, there’s nothing like tucking into a sofa layered with plush pillows. I’m a textile fiend, so I like a mix of patterns and textures.Design, Joel Bray.SOME PERSONALITY! Whether it’s meaningful artwork or simple mementoes, I like to be around the special things that people…

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ground cover

If you like…GERHARD RICHTER, bring the spirit of his abstract works home with the wool and silk Safron rug in shades of gold, blue and beige. $3,885 (6' x 9'). At Elte.If you like…ELLSWORTH KELLY, the Matrix rug’s scattered, bright wool squares recall his 1951 work Colors for a Large Wall. $1,998 (5'7" x 7'11"). At The Art Shoppe.If you like…FRANZ KLINE, you’ll love the bold, brushstroke pattern of the silk and wool Sutra rug in high-contrast black and ivory. $11,950 (8' x 10'). At Weavers Art.Compiled by Kimberley Brown (Style Council)/Text by Kimberley Brown (Ground Cover)/Photography by Virginia Macdonald (Beth’s portrait)/Per Kristiansen (Emma’s portrait)/Alex Lukey (Meg and Kai’s portraits)/Angus Fergusson (window)/Valerie Wilcox (sofa)/courtesy of Vitsoe (shelves)/Michael Graydon (mantel)…

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