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July 2011

House Home Photo Magazine Summer Style July 2011

Learn all about fresh and casual decorating in our summer style issue. Editor Suzanne Dimma reflects on what summer means to her, and how urban interiors and showrooms are incorporating cottagey elements in unexpected ways. Lynda Reeves draws comparisons between lessons learned from the HBO series Mildred Pierce and how we personalize our own homes. She confirms that decorating is all about finding your own style and creating a space you feel comfortable in. And that's just what a Toronto couple did with their Nantucket home-away-from-home. Browse their crisp white interiors and learn how to incorporate nautical elements in a new way. Plus, peek inside a modern glass cottage in the Kawarthas. Style editor Michael Penney explains how to create casual table runners from affordable tea towel fabric. And food editor Amy Rosen sizes up three of the top portable barbecues — pick one up for your next camping trip!

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