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Style At Home

Style At Home October 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.

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11 Issues

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1 min.
now big, beautiful design also has a big, beautiful heart!

Bold, bright, and it really connects. Pantone Colour of the Year: Living Coral “In a time when so many of us are increasingly immersed in digital experiences that can be cold and isolating, Living Coral felt like an appealing shade of connection. There’s just something about the color that feels earthbound and welcoming, optimistic and intimate. Leatrice Eiseman, Exec. Director, Pantone Color Institute, in ELLE DECOR Between the sheets. Softer, sweeter, stonewashed bedding in natural linen needs no further explanation. Splurge. Then nestle in and enjoy for years to come. YOLO. Sustainable. Affordable. Gorgeous. Cork, bamboo, reclaimed wood and engineered wood flooring made from recycled materials are good for planet earth, and now they are a bit more affordable, too. Wanna dance? Smart Home for the soul? Yes! Smart Home thermostats, window coverings and lights make things calm and…

1 min.
simple pleasures

I’ve always loved the changing of the seasons and the simple, familiar pleasures that come along with it. After enjoying a sun-drenched summer, relaxing poolside and tending to the vegetable garden, I relish in strolling through the leaf-strewn forest, surrounded by fiery foliage, and delighted by that oh-so-singular smell of autumn. Before long, winter will settle in, bringing with it all the splendour of the holiday season, and the perfect excuse to settle by the fire, toasty drink in hand, snuggled up in a cozy blanket. I’ve always had a soft spot for blankets. Remember Linus from The Peanuts? I also love trailing a blanket behind me wherever I go, especially in cooler weather. My family says that as a kid, I would curl up with my blankie smack-dab in…

1 min.
styleathome 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…

2 min.
style at home

VOLUME 22 ISSUE 8 Vice-President, TVA Publications Lyne Robitaille Content Director Véronique Leblanc Features Editors Joanna Fox, Marci Stepak, Art Director Isabelle Dubuc ONE EASY WAY TO REACH US: FIRSTNAME.LASTNAME@TVA.CA PRINTING Printed at Transcontinental RBW Graphics, a division of Transcontinental Printing 2005 G.P., 2049 20th St. E., Owen Sound, ON N4K 5R2. All reproduction requests must be made to COPIBEC (paper reproductions at 800-717-2022) ISSN: 1915-8998 DISTRIBUTION Distributed by Coast to Coast SUBSCRIPTIONS: 416-380-7423, STYLEATHOME.COM STYLE AT HOME, Sub. Dept., P.O. Box 814, Markham Station, Markham, ON L3P 7Z6. Send address changes to the post office box address above, including the mailing label from your latest issue. Allow eight weeks for changes. Style at Home is published 10 times a year (except for occasional combined, expanded or premium issues) by TVA Publications Inc., 123 Front Street West #909, Toronto, ON, M5J 2M2; 416-733-7600; groupetva.ca. PRODUCTION Director of…

3 min.
style news

WE’RE INSPIRED BY… From persimmon to pumpkin, a pop of orange is a fabulous way to fill a space with energy and vitality. A groovy choice back in the 70s, today’s orange is making a big comeback and breathing new life into the décor world. Playful and vibrant, a little orange goes a long way so start off sparingly. Oranges go oh-so-well with warm browns and ecru, not to mention emerald green. PAINT PALETTE OF THE MONTH ORANGE CRUSH Over the moon IDEAL FOR STORING KNITWEAR AND OTHER NEEDLEWORK, THIS SCREEN PRINTED NATURAL LINEN BASKET WITH STRIKING MOON DESIGN IS EASY TO TOTE JUST ABOUT ANYWHERE THANKS TO THE LEATHER HANDLES. ORIGINAL, HANDMADE AND HAND-SCREENED IN CANADA. 16.5” tall, 13” in diameter, $79, Jenna Rose, etsy.com/ca/shop/jennarosehandmade DREAMY DUVET Young Canadian company Laduvet Nordique designs high-end, long-lasting, 90%-down duvets…

2 min.
classic pumpkin pie

INGREDIENTS MAKES 8 TO 10 SERVINGS PASTRY 1⅓ cups all-purpose flour1 tbsp granulated sugar½ tsp salt¼ cup cold lard, cubed⅓ cup cold unsalted butter, cubed3 tbsp ice water (approx) FILLING 1½ cups pumpkin purée3 eggs1 cup 35% cream⅔ cup granulated sugar2 tbsp maple syrup1 tsp pumpkin pie spice½ tsp cinnamon¼ tsp each ground ginger, nutmegand salt TOPPING (OPTIONAL) 24 Gingersnap Leaf Cookies DIRECTIONS PASTRY In food processor, pulse together flour, sugar and salt until combined; pulse in lard, a few cubes at a time, until mixture resembles fine crumbs. Pulse in butter, a few cubes at a time, until mixture is in coarse crumbs about the size of large peas, 6 to 8 pulses. Drizzle in ice water; pulse to form ragged dough. Wrap in plastic wrap; press into disc. Refrigerate until chilled, 1 hour. Position racks in centre and…