See how designer Silvana D'addazio's home embodies some of the key trends of 2014. Suzanne Dimma calls out the quality details that make the interior feel light, fresh and airy. Discover how a chinoiserie-style mural, built-in screens, textured walls and exotic carpets create impact.
Be inspired to try something new from the top trend paint colours in our January 2014 issue, whether it's an enveloping blue, pop-art yellow or a luscious red that's a perfect dining room backdrop. Lynda Reeves reviews the bold new hues picked by H&H editors that will reinvigorate your walls, plus offers suggestions on where to use them as accent colours. Lynda also shares a lineup of livable neutrals; find out which one she pegs as the new classic white.
She may be inspired by traditional styles, but the work of Toronto quiltmaker Lindsay Stead has a contemporary, geo sensibility. This artisan discusses her inspiration (including the self-taught quilters of Gee's Bend, Alabama) and the process behind her hand-quilted pieces that double as wall art.
Design, sofa design, living room chairs, sideboard, dining room table, bathroom vanity mirror design, Silvana D'addazio Design; contractor, Braishfield Construction; decorative mural, Kari Serrao; striped sofa upholstery fabric, Wren Stripe in Thistle by Mark Alexander, Bilbrough & Co. or Mark Alexander; living room wall colour, Silver Satin (OC-26), Benjamin Moore; dining room roman blind fabric, Marina in Lilac by Cowtan & Tout, Primavera Interior Furnishings (to the trade); wall colour, Silver Satin (OC-26), Benjamin Moore; Drop 2 pendant lights by Peter Bowles for Original BTC, Design Within Reach; kitchen cabinets, Falcon Kitchens; headboard wall fabric, Le Gracieux; bathroom tile, Versatile.
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