The Results Are In! See House & Home’s Most Popular Rooms Of 2018
For the second year in a row, we opened it up to readers to vote for House & Home’s best spaces of 2018. There was a clear favorite among the roster: designer Julie Charbonneau’s artful Toronto home from our October issue. Click through the gallery to find out which kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, entryway, living room and dining room won the popularity contest this year!
Dramatic black lower cabinets seem even moodier when contrasted by the white walls of this kitchen, which are left free of uppers. A Lacanche oven blends seamlessly into the the dark cabinetry, while white countertops are a clean, sleek counterpoint.
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Arabesque-shaped Calacatta marble tiles and a vintage Turkish kilim runner inject a hip vibe into this bathroom. A floor-to-ceiling glass wall makes the shower enclosure feel expansive and floods it with natural light.
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A custom headboard that reaches the ceiling and features built-in side tables envelopes the bed in this chic space. The tonal bedding and rug enhances the serene effect.
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This elegant, silvery living room has standout pieces like a classic Aldo Tura coffee table. A classic fireplace and leaded windows are original to the 1920s Tudor-style home.
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Homeowner and designer Julie Charbonneau painted the walls in Benjamin Moore’s Silver Fox to give her dining room an ethereal, ’20s glamor. Placing upholstered, high-backed benches on either side of the fireplace maximizes seating and adds drama.
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The original wood Tudor box paneling was stained a dark black to modernize the entry in this 1920s home. A statement light fixture by Lindsey Adelman updates a traditional Parisian trestle table.
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