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How To Style Luxe Chairs In Your Family Home

Take a moment and look at the spaces in your home. Where do you spend the most time with your family? Whether you’re lounging in the living room for a movie night or soaking up the sun in your own outdoor oasis, the perfect chair is the one piece that…

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Ask A Designer: How To Create A Sunny Dining Area

In this Ask A Designer column, Valérie Morisset shares her advice for sprucing up a tired dining area. Question: I just bought a beautiful condo in Old Montreal. I’d like to have a dining area next to the window, a round table with four chairs and drapery…

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Shooting The Cover: Q&A With Photographer Patrick Biller

Although it’s true that we love every one of our magazine cover images, June 2020’s dining room is particularly dreamy. We asked Toronto photographer Patrick Biller to share his process for creating this beautiful cover shot (with interior design by…

Bedroom Design

See The Results Of Our Dream Bedroom Makeover Contest!

We revamp a dated bedroom for the lucky winners of our Hudson’s Bay Makeover contest. Before After The Winners “It was a hodgepodge of stuff and a mix of styles,” says Kelly Martin of her principal bedroom. Moving in with her partner, Phillip Hemans, in 2015 meant blending…

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This Warm Modern Kitchen Is A Study In Contrasts

For an artist’s family of three in Westmount, Quebec, their storied home (the family had been living in it for 60 years) needed an update. The kitchen was stark and drafty and lacked efficient counters space, so, they called upon architect Andrew Curtis of RobitailleCurtis to get the job…

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Ask A Designer: How To Make The Most Of A Compact Family Room

In this Ask A Designer column, Jennifer Koper shares her tips for designing a functional gathering place. Question: How do I lay out my narrow family room? Should I do built-ins on either side of the fireplace? I’ve already ordered a sofa and I’m looking for a coffee table — what…

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Inspiration: How To Achieve Functional & Elegant Shaker Style

Shaker style goes beyond utility for a pure perfection that stands the test of time. The Backstory The Shaker movement was started by Mother Ann Lee, a British expat who brought eight followers to New York in 1774. Outsiders called the sect “Shakers” for their ecstatic trembling and whirling during…

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H&H + Goemans 2020 Contest

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3 Instagram-Worthy Eats From The New Cookbook, Vibrant & Pure

The debut cookbook from Adeline Waugh, creator of the popular Instagram account @vibrantandpure, proves that healthy foods can be beautiful, too. Gorgeous photos of these recipes will make you want to try holistic eating, if you’re not doing so already. The book offers 80 recipes, and many…

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H&H + Bosley 2020 Contest

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These 3 Female-Founded Canadian Brands Make Bedtime The Best Time

Treat yourself to some luxurious linens and feather-soft sheets with these three female-founded Canadian brands defining the future of bedding. Last Light Environmentally friendly stonewashed linen bedding made from flax that’s grown, woven and sewn in Western Europe, making it durable and breathable. Vancouver-based Janine Bouchard…

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Ask A Designer: How To Modernize A Kitchen That Is Stuck In The Past

In this Ask A Designer column, Jennifer Koper shares her tips for refreshing a kitchen with a light palette and open shelves. Question: I’d like to spray my lower cabinets white and swap out my uppers for open shelving. How do I make this look good? — K.S., Calgary Answer: Having your…

Decorating & Design

Lynda Reeves On What You Should Include In Your Next Reno

This article originally appeared in the February 2020 issue of House & Home You can probably imagine how many scouting shots of condos and newly renovated houses arrive in our office every month. Over the 30-plus years of looking at thousands of photos, patterns emerge that can’t be ignored. Some…

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Discover French Cuisine With The New Cookbook, Dinner in French

Star New York Times food columnist Melissa Clark grew up spending summers with her family in France, where she learned a lot about cooking — and eating. In her latest cookbook (she’s written more than three dozen!), Dinner in French, Melissa modernizes 150 classic French…

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Ask A Designer: How To Add Interest With Built-In Bookcases

In this Ask A Designer column, Jennifer Koper shares her ideas for making an awkward living-dining room more polished. Question: The angled wall in my living room has me stumped, and I’m not sure what to put on my bare walls. Could you help me with furniture and lighting? — T.M., Dawson…