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Style At Home

Style At Home March 2019

Style at Home brings an exciting and stylish voice to the world of home decorating. The magazine offers readers advice on everything from design trends and decorating projects to renovation solutions and entertaining ideas. We inspire our readers with authoritative advice delivered in a friendly voice. More than just an ideas magazine, Style at Home offers its readers solutions. Our elegant photography and beautifully designed pages distinguish Style at Home as a must-have lifestyle magazine.

Country:
Canada
Language:
English
Publisher:
TVA Publications Inc.
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11 Issues

In this issue

1 min.
kitchen confidence

My kitchen holds so many special memories for me: It’s where I cook fancy feasts, catch up with my family at the end of the workday and gather with friends. It’s housed countless birthday dinners, after-school snacks and hurried coffee dates before everyone runs out the door. Beyond cabinetry, backsplash tiles and taps, the fabric of well-loved kitchens comes from how you use them in real life. And in my opinion, half the fun of designing your space is dreaming up what you’ll do in it. Maybe, for instance, you’ll choose durable flooring that’ll hold up to your beloved rambunctious pets or easy-clean surfaces that’ll stand up to clumsy teenagers (and clumsier spouses). Case in point is Jennifer Stewart’s French bistro-style kitchen (see “The New Classics,” page 33). Believe it or…

1 min.
what did you love about a recent issue? send us your comments. write us a note!

MOTIVATED MOOD I just received the January/February 2019 issue of Style at Home, and wow, what a great start to the year! Each page was a breath of fresh air. Your magazine has motivated me, and I’m so looking forward to the new year full of possibilities. All the best for 2019. ROXANNE, VIA EMAIL GENERATION ENJOYMENT I wanted to let you know how much my family enjoys Style at Home. My daughter has a subscription, and when I visit her, I read the magazine with my two-year-old granddaughter and 92-year-old mother. We love the recipes and the decorating ideas, and we all love to guess the High or Low. SHARON G., VIA EMAIL FEATURE FANTASY I loved the January/February 2019 issue. The botanical-inspired home studio in High or Low (page 22) was such a fresh and…

1 min.
at your service

As a Style at Home subscriber, you can expect the best in subscription service. If you have any questions about your subscription, please get in touch with us at the website, phone number or address listed below. In order to help us locate your file, please provide your current mailing label or the information on it. SUBSCRIPTION EXPIRY To find out when your current subscription expires, check the mailing label. The labels are printed several weeks before the issue is mailed, so please give us six to eight weeks advance notice for renewals and changes of address in order to avoid missing an issue. BILLING & RENEWAL NOTICES Invoice and renewal notices are printed one week before they’re mailed to you. With delivery time, it’s possible that your payment or renewal order…

1 min.
cue canada

CHANNEL SURFING Transporting us across the pond – and then some – the rudimentary patterns, cool minimalist palettes and simple hand-stitched channels of these mod quilts embody the best of Scandinavian design. TOO HOT TO HANDLE LOOKING TO CRANK UP THE HEAT ON YOUR KITCHEN’S STYLE? START BY SOURCING ATTRACTIVE CHEFS’ TOOLS. THESE TWO PLAYFUL OVEN MITTS (AND POT HOLDER) GET TWO THUMBS WAY UP. WHY KNOT? We’re all for unique details, and this marble-topped wooden dresser’s long cast steel rod pulls with graphic knotlike accents are as special as it gets! inspired by NOVA SCOTIA 1. CHESTER BLUE CL42-0, Home Hardware, homehardware.ca. 2. WHITE SAIL CL41-0, Home Hardware, homehardware.ca. 3. SKIPPING STONES CL43-0, Home Hardware, homehardware.ca. 4. HIGH TIDE CL44-0, Home Hardware, homehardware.ca. 5. OATCAKES CL45-0, Home Hardware, homehardware.ca. OUR AUGUST 2018 HIGH OR LOW BREAKFAST NOOK BOASTS EAST-COAST CHARM. PHOTOGRAPHY, MICHAEL…

2 min.
cooking up trends

CAESARSTONE DOESN’T FOLLOW TRENDS – it sets them. Before the company’s debut in 1987, kitchens worldwide settled for chip-and stain-prone stone or heat-and water-sensitive laminate counters. Boasting unmatched durability and able to mimick myriad surfaces, the brand’s innovative engineered quartz was an instant hit. Ever a trailblazer, Caesarstone pioneered environmental and sustainability standards and initiated an annual designer partnership. Who can forget the inimitable Tom Dixon’s monolith triangular installations or British-Canadian industrial designer Philippe Malouin’s quartz-topped swings? This year’s collaborator, Dutch designer Marije Vogelzang, brings a fresh perspective to current kitchen design. So what’s up for 2019? We can’t think of any source better than Caesarstone to fill us in on the latest trends. Did you know? After diamond, topaz and sapphire, quartz is one of nature’s hardest minerals. Caesarstone blends…

2 min.
carrot cake with cream cheese frosting

DIRECTIONS Preheat the oven to 350°F. Line the bottoms of two 8-inch cake pans with parchment paper and spray with cooking spray. In a large bowl, whisk together the sugar, oil, eggs and vanilla. In a separate large bowl, mix together the flour, cinnamon, baking soda, baking powder, ginger, salt and cardamom. Add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients and stir to combine. Add the pineapple, coconut, walnuts and carrots; stir to combine. Divide the batter evenly between the cake pans. Bake until a cake tester inserted in the centre of each cake comes out clean, 50 to 55 minutes. Let the cakes cool in the pans for 30 minutes before turning out onto a rack to cool completely. To prepare the cream cheese frosting, using a stand mixer or handheld mixer, beat…