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Friday, July 3

Exotic Textiles And Muted Colours

See the eclectic look.

Designer Karen Cole blends an eclectic mix of prints with a muted monochromatic colour palette. The combination of the Persian and Kilim rug is admirable considering the two carry such bold, diverse patterns. The clever use of colour tames what could’ve been an overbearing space. 


Karen Cole


Angus Fergussen 


Pine daybeds, Angus & Company; black and white pillow, coral pillow, Y&Co; round side table, Hardware


House & Home Issue March 2011 Issue 

Thursday, July 2

A Dining Room With Colourful Art

Create a museum-quality gallery in your home.

Keeping the ceiling free of any hanging fixtures makes the artwork the main focus in this dining room. White walls act as a canvas to the colourful pieces while floor-to-ceiling windows offer natural light, providing a gallery-like feel to the space. 


Sara Bellamy 


Virginia MacDonald


Flooring, European Flooring


House & Home May 2014 Issue. 

Wednesday, July 1

A Cottage Deck With Canadian Pride

A giant flag to honour our home and native land.

There's no decor more quintessentially Canadian than a porch festooned with a Canadian flag. Traditional Muskoka chairs, a symbol of our country's rich cottage culture, provide the ultimate spot to sit back, relax and watch fireworks.


Meredyth Hilton


Kim Jeffery 


House & Home June 2013 Issue 

Tuesday, June 30

Grey Wood-Panelled Walls

See how texture brings this bedroom to life.

A grey wood-panelled accent wall acts in place of a headboard in this cosy yet airy bedroom. A textured vase, plenty of plush pillows and a knitted blanket bring warmth to the cool colour palette. 



Jay Hodgins 


Alex Lukey 


Wall and ceiling colour, Revere Pewter (HC-172), Benjamin Moore; panelling colour, Kendall Charcoal (HC-166), Benjamin Moore; furry pillow, West Elm; bedding, other pillows, Daniel Stuart Studio; throw, candle, Elte; mirror frame, FrameMakers; artwork by Otto Rogers, Oeno Gallery.  


House & Home March 2015 Issue 

Monday, June 29

A Romantic Indoor Garden

Add vibrancy to your home with plants.

This Victorian-style indoor garden is the epitome of beauty. The stunning choice in pottery from a mix of eras magnifies the rich greens and adds charm to the overall look of the tabletop. A great way to liven up a living room or kitchen!


Angus Fergusson


Table, Symbolist; Wisteria walpaper by Anna French for Thibaut, Kravet; bras tray, found; brass trivet, Indigo; vases, creamer, wooden box, Cynthia Findlay Antiques; plants, Plant World


House & Home May 2013 Issue 

Stylist: Kai Ethier

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