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House & Home September 2020 - The Small Spaces Issue

Each issue, you'll tour beautiful homes, discover exciting new stores and products and be inspired by decorating advice from design authority Lynda Reeves 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.

Country:
Canada
Language:
English
Publisher:
Canadian Home Publishers Inc.
Frequency:
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1 min.
house & home ca

EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Alice Lawlor DESIGN DIRECTOR Shelley Frayer STYLE DIRECTOR Kimberley Brown MANAGING EDITOR Day Helesic DECORATING + DESIGN SENIOR INTERIORS EDITOR Stacy Begg SENIOR MARKET EDITOR Kai Ethier SENIOR DESIGN EDITOR Jennifer Koper ASSISTANT DESIGN EDITOR Bianca Zanotti COPY + FEATURES FEATURES EDITOR Wendy Jacob ASSISTANT EDITOR Harleen Sidhu COPY ASSISTANCE Katie Hayden, Jenna Wilhelmsen ART + PHOTOGRAPHY ASSISTANT ART DIRECTOR Megan Cronje DESIGNER Madison Pflance PRODUCTION DESIGNER Mojan Javid HOUSEANDHOME.COM DIGITAL EDITOR Victoria Christie CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Diana Hamm, Tommy Smythe PRODUCTION PRODUCTION MANAGER Bonnie Cook PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR Virginia Gaviller PUBLISHER & DIRECTOR OF SALES Lisa MacIsaac ADVERTISING SALES NATIONAL ACCOUNT MANAGERS Anne Ferguson, Donna Murphy WESTERN SALES MANAGER Stephanie Lloyd QUEBEC SALES REPRESENTATIVE Lyne St-Amant SALES & SYSTEMS MANAGER John Smith MEDIA SALES INQUIRIES TORONTO, U.S. SALES (416) 593-0204 MONTREAL (438) 496-9068 VANCOUVER (604) 949-1200 CREATIVE SERVICES SPECIALIST Tess Ciarloni PRINT & DIGITAL MANAGER Krysten McCumber CIRCULATION SENIOR DIRECTOR, CONSUMER MARKETING Sarmistha Roy ADMINISTRATION DIRECTOR, BUSINESS & LEGAL AFFAIRS Ryan Sargent HOUSE & HOME MEDIA PRESIDENT Lynda…

3 min.
turning the page

LET’S CONNECT @houseandhome @lyndareevesdesign @lyndareeves LAST NIGHT, we hosted our first socially distanced dinner party on our terrace. There were only five of us, it was super simple and casual, and yet it felt very special. I have a long dining table, so I sat one couple kitty-corner at one end, one single in the middle, and Michel and I at the other end (you can see my terrace video on houseandhome.com/terrace). The trick I learned is to give each person, or couple, their own set of serving pieces, and stacks of paper napkins, clean glasses, plates and flatware, salt and pepper, butter… and little bottles of hand sanitizer. I put the food out on platters, buffet style, on a serving table and filled huge bowls with ice, plus bottles and cans of assorted drinks.…

2 min.
your letters

KUDOS FOR HOUSEBOUND Find our video series on youtube.com/houseandhome and houseandhome.com Lynda, thank you so much for this fabulous idea of visiting designers in their own spaces. It’s been such fun to see different styles while getting to know the designers. Tommy Smythe is a particular treasure, but I’ve enjoyed all the episodes as I do my part by staying at home in Seattle. — JOYCE HINKLEY, Seattle I’ve been so impressed by House & Home during this trying time. From your Housebound series to the free issues available to download, it’s been wonderful to see you pivot and focus on your readers, making sure that we have something to watch, read and distract ourselves with, for at least a little while. I’m a loyal subscriber, to both print and now online, and will…

1 min.
small wonders

When it comes to statement lighting, size doesn’t always matter. Petite pendants, hung alone or clustered, speak volumes when they combine an eye-catching shape with on-trend colour. Just under six inches in diameter and only six inches high, the Kaiser Idell 6722-P pendant by Christian Dell for Fritz Hansen is a perfectly scaled-down version of an iconic Bauhaus design. It debuts in of-the-moment Russet Red and Soft Ochre, as well as Smooth Slate and high-gloss Black. SEE SHOPPING LIST Text by Kimberley Brown/Photography by Thomas Loof (A Dreamy Bedroom, Casually Chic)/David Oliver (A Dreamy Bedroom, Classic)/Francesco Lagnese (A Dreamy Bedroom, Updated Country), all from S Is for Style: The Schumacher Book of Decoration by Dara Caponigro, ©Rizzoli New York, 2020/Photography courtesy of Fritz Hansen (Hot Look, pendants)/Room design by Veere Grenney (A…

1 min.
new & now

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5 min.
taking shape

WHEN PEOPLE FIRST START BUYING ART, it’s generally out of need, and a new house with empty walls often tops that list. As such, most first-time buyers start with paintings, photographs and works on paper; basically, things to fill the walls. While this makes complete sense, I think sculpture is an oft overlooked medium on the domestic scale. While sculpture can be overwhelming in both price and size, it’s not always the case, and the right sculpture has the power to totally transform a room. Because you can appreciate it from 360 degrees, it works well in all sorts of places, often in spaces where a painting wouldn’t. Read on to discover my favourite types of sculpture and some fantastic Canadian artists working in this realm. SCULPTURE ON A PLINTH OR AS…