House & Home September 2019 - Red Carpet at Home

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Apple, the Apple logo, and iMac are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Photography courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate and Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage (Adele’s home)/Adele via Instagram (Adele’s portrait)/Maya Visnyei (pintxos)/Simply Curate & Co. (living room)/Alyssa Rosenheck (kitchen)/Stacey Brandford (entryway)…

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around the world

Do you have a dream house? I have a few. OK, to be truthful, I have so many that, a few years ago, I started a Pinterest board dedicated to my dream houses across the globe. There’s a rambling stone cottage in England with sprawling gardens, an A-frame cabin on top of a snowy Canadian mountain and more than one remote contemporary house tucked away in Norway. So often our idea of an idyllic escape is rooted to a place and, in this issue, we’ve stretched beyond our own borders to visit Canadians (and one American who works in Canada) living in some of the most iconic cities in the world — Milan, Paris and London. First up, Dean and Dan Caten, better known as the twins behind fashion brand Dsquared2,…

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KELLY DECK Designer, “Style Files: Now Open” (page 25) At five years old, the Calgary-raised designer knew she belonged close to the ocean. Today, she resides in a 1978 Vancouver Special. Destination on your bucket list? Newfoundland’s Fogo Island Inn for my next milestone birthday. The abode of your dreams is located in… The Loire Valley in France or Bardolino, Italy — the locals treasure food, gardens and time with friends. CORINNE CÉCILIA Writer, “New Old World” (page 62) Passionate about style, publishing and languages, Corinne has been the managing editor at Maison & Demeure since 2011. Top five travel essentials? My surfboards, reef boots, shark deterrents, a universal power adaptor, plus a good read! Secret to a stylish home? Keepsakes from your travels and childhood, personal objects dear to your heart or…

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your letters

I’m sitting down at the kitchen table to read your July issue, just after colouring my hair. Having lived in northern Ontario all my life, I find the notion of cabin/cottage amusing (“Editor’s Page”). My current home is 30 minutes from North Bay. We battle winter snows, rainstorms of thunder and lightning, sight deer eating cautiously in the fields, turtles crossing the road to their nesting grounds and, yesterday, the tall presence of a moose in the field. Cabin or Cottage? No need for that here, where Mother Nature is Queen. — CHRISTINE REDDEN, Nipissing, Ont. I indulged in your July issue this evening and enjoyed every page! These cottages are so incredible it was a vacation just looking at them in the photos. My husband and I are finishing our new…

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now open

GOOP If wellness and clean living are today’s buzziest words, Goop is one place where conscious consumers swarm to buy. In June, the popular L.A.-based lifestyle brand opened its first Canadian pop-up shop in Toronto. The 1,300-square-foot space in The Hazelton hotel was designed by George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg, who were inspired by the here-today-gonetomorrow nature of film sets. The approach winks at founder Gwyneth Paltrow’s movie star status and the hotel’s rank as a favourite for Hollywood actors staying in the city. Sheer, temporary walls and opaque drapery in Goop’s signature pale pink hue create cosy corners for discovering skin care by Tata Harper, colourful patterned dresses by La DoubleJ and jewelry by Foundrae. For home, vintage-look pitchers and cake stands by Mosser Glass, handspun cashmere pillows by Aiayu…

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zac posen

Your concept fridge panel for Monogram was a hit at the Interior Design Show Toronto last January. What inspired the design? I wanted to bring emotion and dimension to a flat panel, which is why I chose a look of draped tulle. It’s such an evocative material — veiling and that kind mystery go back to the original definition of glamour. Is your own home glamorous? I think so, but it’s a worn glamour. I’m at the stage where I enjoy adding selectively to spaces over time. Where is home? New York City. I’m a downtown boy who moved uptown. You work with fabric all day. Do you have a favourite material for interiors? I love high-pile velvet, stone and poured-concrete objects. I like glamour balanced with a little wabi-sabi. What’s…