House & Home January 2020 - Trends 2020

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.

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CELEBRITY STYLE Gwen Stefani’s vibrant home was designed by L.A.-based überdesigner Kelly Wearstler. NEW H&H TV EPISODES How to transform a bland old house from dull to fabulous with edgy details and loads of black and rose gold touches. Learn from designers WilliamsCraig. ENTERTAINING 101 10 top hosts including Cory Vitiello, Laura Calder and Philip Haddad share recipes and best tips for the holidays. DECORATING & DESIGN Discover 30 spaces that are perfect for cosy winter lounging. Apple, the Apple logo, and iMac are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Photography courtesy of James Moss via Realtor (Gwen’s home)/Gwen Stefani via Instagram (Gwen’s portrait)/Alex Lukey (sangria)/Jason Stickley (kitchen)/Donna Griffith (dinner party)/Janis Nicolay (fi replace)…

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change with the times

Sustainability, mindfulness, a return to nature. These are the words that kept coming up as we put together this issue, not only when we debated what to include in our annual Trends package, but from others we interviewed like designer Kara Mann (see story on page 22), who’s currently working on Virgil Abloh’s home in Chicago. When asked what the key influence on design would be in 2020, she said, “Sustainability. The climate crisis is changing consumer habits and, as a designer, I’m always looking for eco-friendly alternatives.” In reviewing what’s to come in the year ahead, we noticed that Kartell, a company long known for its array of vividly coloured plastic accessories and chairs, is turning to materials like ash as part of its “Kartell loves the planet” project, aimed…

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ASHLEY SHAANAN Designer, “À La Carte” (page 46) A jewelry designer turned interior decorator, Ashley launched her namesake design firm in 2013. Trend predictions for 2020? Spaces and furniture inspired by minimalism and Scandinavian design. Cane is also making a comeback. How do you translate trends into your home? I’m not overly trendy, but I just updated my bathroom faucets to matte black and I’m in love! BYRON and DEXTER PEART Designers, “At Home in the Future” (page 68) The Montreal brothers recently launched Goodee, a platform championing ethical and sustainable homewares. Paint colour prediction for 2020? A warm, sunny yellow like Farrow & Ball’s Babouche. Trend predictions for 2020? A rise in the desire for handcrafted items that have character and personality — ultimately, bringing greater humanity to the home. MELANIE ACEVEDO Photographer, “The Art of…

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your letters

This month, readers asked us about subscriber issues that sometimes arrive wrapped in plastic…. As our concerns over climate change increase, many of us are looking for eco-friendly and sustainable products and services. I’m baffled as to why my subscription issues are still arriving encased in plastic. Can you not find more sustainable packaging? — JENNIFER DE VRIES, Ingersoll, Ont. It’s ironic that my last issue appeared encased in plastic in order to include a letter promoting gift subscriptions; this move makes me consider cancelling my own subscription. Please reconsider your frequent use of bundling in plastic. — KATHERINE SMUK, Vancouver We try to minimize our use of plastic polybags wherever possible. When we do need to protect your subscriber copy from weather or to carry catalogues, we use recycled plastic. Emma has been a breath…

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style files

PROFILE LOÏC BARD WHO: Loïc Bard, designer and woodworker WHERE: Montreal CONNECT:, @loicbard THE SCOOP: Loïc’s sensual Bone collection, comprising hand-sculpted stools, benches, chairs and tables, was inspired by emotions, memories and the human body. Minimalist yet provocative, each piece has a soft, smooth finish. “You really discover the object by touch, a bit like the way you explore a human form,” says Loïc. EBONY AND IVORY: The collection comes in two colours. Using an ancient Japanese technique that torches the surface of the maple — Loïc’s wood of choice — he creates a dark hue that looks more natural than a stain. Alternately, he treats the wood to generate a pink undertone. “Like very pale skin,” he says. BEYOND BONE: Loïc recently partnered with Montreal artist Monique Ste-Marie to create…

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more or less

MUSHROOM TABLE LAMP FOOTED BOWL BLUSH VELVET SOFA INK-STROKE WALLPAPER† *Price has been converted from U.S. dollars and is approximate…