See Stunning Spaces By H&H’s Most Published Designers
Over the past thirty years, we’ve worked with countless Canadian designers whose talent and passion have filled our magazine with some truly stunning spaces. Here are some of our favorite rooms from the designers whose work has appeared in our pages the most. Browse through this gallery of spaces they’ve designed and it’s easy to see why!
Old and new are seamlessly brought together in this heritage house designed by Kate Zeidler. The home’s original 1914 doors are complemented by antique century-old bookcases, while a modern linear rug makes the hallway seem wider.
In this charming galley kitchen, leather stools facing the window offer a cozy spot to enjoy breakfast while admiring the view.
A vintage pair of swivel chairs make having a conversation easy in this masculine city condo.
A tri-colored diamond pattern is a modern take on the standard checkerboard and is a striking addition in this foyer.
Built-ins are a must-have in Sharon Mimran’s own living room. Sharon made use of dead space on either size of a window seat by adding niches for firewood. Mesh-front shelves on either side of the fireplace store books and china.
An antique chandelier and matching wall sconces give this kitchen an intimate feel. Milking stools and a distressed harvest table are a nice contrast to the glossy surfaces in the room.
In the 2014 former Princess Margaret Showhome, the formal living and dining areas make it an ideal space for entertaining. A custom-made wallpaper is embroidered with flowers and flanked by mirrors that enlarge the space.
Hits of metallics add a glamorous edge to this room’s soft palette.
A pale palette keeps the look of this bedroom light and airy, while a window seat overlooking the Georgian Bay is the perfect spot for reading.
This cottage’s sunroom has an organic feel thanks to nature-inspired furniture, including a teak dining table, streamlined wicker chairs and pops of green.
A lacquered mid-century modern credenza and mauve seat cushions bring femininity to this principal bedroom. A feature wall treated with a faux-wood wallcovering adds drama and pattern.
Katherine artfully layered this living room with pattern, texture and color.
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In this cottage living room, a vaulted ceiling and shiplap walls create a light-filled and tranquil space.
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In this all-white kitchen, oversized pendant lights lead the eye upward and give it an expansive feel.
An oversized island in this relaxed country kitchen does double-duty as a prep area and charming breakfast bar.
This serene, French-inspired bedroom is accented with a blush-colored throw blanket that picks up on the soft hue in the framed botanicals.
Dark grey grasscloth wallpaper and an elegant pair of wingback chairs give this home’s study a moody and masculine feel.
An open-concept layout between the family and dining room creates a natural hub in this former Calgary showhome. A modern large-scale pendant light makes a dramatic statement, while an abundance of storage on either side of the fireplace ensures that the home is kept comfortable and functional.
In this condo’s living area, Tommy chose to keep the design symmetrical to play up the size of the room.
Vertical stripes on the chairs and walls take center stage in this striking dining room designed by Tommy Smythe.
For her cottage in Price Edward County, Ontario, Karen embraced a quirky color palette inspired by the surrounding landscape.
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A beadboard wall painted a lively blue is a fun punch of color in this bathroom.
An oversized Ingo Maurer rice-paper light fixture softens the look of this streamlined kitchen.
A dark charcoal color was used to paint the walls, panelling, cabinetry and clawfoot tub in this dramatic guest bathroom.
In Sloan Mauran’s living room, a vintage painting on a bold back wall above the fireplace creates a focal point.
Neutral tones keep the look of this bathroom fresh and airy. Black countertops add an elegant edge.
This farmhouse-style kitchen from our April 2002 issue opens up into the dining area, where a Mexican trestle dining table is paired with rustic chairs and a wrought-iron chandelier.
This stunning stone fireplace is an organic focal point in this home’s living room.
Fun pops of blue reflect this cottage’s location on the shore of Lake Rosseau.
Decorated in varying shades of pink, this young girl’s bedroom is both sophisticated and fun.
This lower-level walk-out family room features a stunning teak unit with a built-in entertainment system and plenty of space to display family photos.
A low sofa and clean-lined furniture gives this living room a modern look, while an iconic black and white striped rug adds graphic impact. A wall of windows lets plenty of natural light stream through, while large glass doors that open onto the backyard patio offer extra living space.
With frosted glass doors and custom-built cabinetry, this streamlined kitchen offers plenty of storage for dishes and glassware. Here, Alda swapped out a traditional island in favor of a more flexible stainless steel table.
The great room in this home is all about comfort and sophistication. Patterned throw pillows and bold cabana stripes on the ottomans add visual interest and a dash of fun.
Stainless steel accents on the hood, barstools and pendant lights go perfectly with this kitchen’s soft palette, while a rolling ladder makes reaching the upper cabinets easy.
Striped slipcovers add a nautical vibe to Colette’s charming Barbados beach house and nod to the abundance of lush greenery outside.
A stunning canvas (that once served as a stage prop) covers almost an entire wall in the living room of this Notting Hill home.
This U-shaped kitchen has a luxe look thanks to gold-trimmed cabinetry and a marble counter and backsplash that runs right to the ceiling.
Ingredients neatly tucked away in the upper glass shelves leave plenty of room to display artwork and trinkets at counter level.