Connect with H&H

June 2011

House Home Photo Magazine Budget Issue June 2011

Learn all about affordable style in our budget issue. Editor Suzanne Dimma shares examples of how creative homeowners have saved money by thinking outside the box. Check out the five-page budget guide for tips from editors and designers on how to save money without sacrificing style. Browse photos of a Victorian transformation in Larchmont, N.Y. — the long-awaited home a Canadian family of six settled into after years spent abroad in London and Tokyo. Plus, see the big reveal of H&H style editor Michael Penney's first home. He and his wife, Sara, made the move from downtown Toronto to suburban Oshawa, scaled back, renovated on a budget, and did most of the work themselves! Senior design editor Sally Armstrong shows how to dress up a basic Ikea side table with wallpaper for a splash of colour. Finally, get Amy Rosen's recipe for Mexican Tortilla Soup — an easy mid-week dinner idea with just a few simple ingredients.

Qty:
HHJUN11

We welcome your comments and questions about House & Home.

See what our readers and viewers have to say.

House & Home is Canada's #1 magazine about design and decorating. Each issue takes you inside the most beautiful and unique homes across the country. Plus, you'll get inspiration and advice to help you create the house you've always dreamed of, including dramatic makeovers, the latest furniture, fabrics and accessories, expert renovation tips, and tricks for organizing and entertaining with style. Subscribe today!

Comment Guidelines

We welcome your feedback on Houseandhome.com. H&H reserves the right to remove any unsuitable personal remarks made about the bloggers, hosts, homeowners and/or guests we feature. Please keep your comments focused on decorating, design, cooking and other lifestyle topics. Adopt a tone you would be willing to use in person and do not make slanderous remarks or use denigrating language. If you see a comment that you believe violates any of the guidelines outlined above, please click “Flag as inappropriate.” Thank you.

OK