Lynda & Suzanne Talk 2014 Trends
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Release Date: January 6, 2014
Featuring: Lynda Reeves
Lynda Reeves and Suzanne Dimma recap both their top (and least-loved) trends for 2014, as outlined in our January 2014 issue. Lynda shares the secret of how to pull off the painted-out trim trend successfully (it’s all about the finish). See what Suzanne thinks will replace drippy crystal chandeliers, and what tub shape they both agree is a hot update for the bathroom.
Page 54: Top 10: Painted-Out Trim: Room design, Thom Filicia, thomfilicia.com. Page 55: Sculptural Light Fixtures: Kelly chandelier by Gabriel Scott, gabriel-scott.com, and at Avant-Scene, (514) 281- 6782 or avant-scene.com, and South Hill Home, (416) 924-7224 or southhillhome.com, and
Pomp & Circumstance, (403) 270-9376 or pompandcircumstance.ca. Page 56: Modern Safari: Safari chair, Carl Hansen & Son, carlhansen. com; Pippa stool, Hermès, 1-855-770-8626 or hermes.com; Esparto lamp by Arteriors, Cadieux & Company, (613) 745-1230 or cadieuxltd.com. Page 57:. Clear Tables: Jacques coffee table, Jonathan Adler, jonathanadler.com. Woodstock Revival: Fibre art, Sally England, sallyengland.com; pendants, Annie Legault, (514) 529-6133 or annielegault.com; Round Bathtubs: Room design, Chelsea Hing Design, chelseahing.com.au; tub, Boyd Alternatives, boydalternatives.com.au. Blue & White collection plate by Middle Kingdom, Flore, (514) 488-3555 or flore.qc.ca, or Da Vinci's Home, (604) 921-3344 or davincishome.ca.
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