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fab find: ikat frames

Like most of you probably do, I now take the majority of my photos on my iPhone and upload a lot of them to Instagram… I’m borderline addicted. With more and more company’s now offering to print Instagram images (like Black’s), this week’s Fab Find is the perfect frame to highlight some of these captured moments!

Inspired by textile weaves, these photo frames (for 4″ square shots) can add a powerful and bright border to any insta-image.

The Cross Frames fab find: ikat frames image via. The Cross

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editor’s pick: rooms i love

This is one of my favourite kitchens that we have featured, designed by Sam Sacks. I love the mix of white, marble and warm wood tones. And don’t even get me started on that floor! When I finally buy a house, I’m using this space as inspiration.

Sam Sacks Kitchen editors pick: rooms i love Photography Virginia Macdonald

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fab find: 2015 colour wheel calendar

Is one of your New Years Resolutions to get more organized? It’s always one of mine. Put a colourful (HA!) spin on 2015 (#seewhatididthere) with this ultra bright wall calendar.

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5 quick and simple decor updates

Feeling the urge to redecorate but don’t have the time or budget to do so? Here are 5 quick and simple decor update ideas to satisfy your craving without breaking the bank!

erin living room 5 quick and simple decor updates Photography Virginia Macdonald

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wedding crafts: bunting cupcake topper

You’ve seen my flag cupcake topper, and you’ve seen the fringe topper I made. It’s time for the piece de resistance, the most challenging cupcake topper I made from my big day, the bunting topper. Isn’t it adorable? The work on this one is highly labour intensive and super delicate (read: frustrating). My best advice is don’t aim to make too many. Even if you have a big batch of cupcakes, you can top off a fraction of them – a sea of toppers can be overwhelming anyway.

topper bunting wedding crafts: bunting cupcake topper

 

 

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wedding crafts: fringe cupcake topper

If you liked the blue and white polka-dotted flag cupcake topper I made for my wedding, you’ll love this gold fringe one. As promised, this one is a bit more challenging than the first, but it’s still quite easy to make. Warning: It does get messy!

topper fringe wedding crafts: fringe cupcake topper

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wedding crafts: flag cupcake topper

Welcome to the Week of Cupcake Toppers. It’s a working title, but I think you get my drift. There is no such thing as a cupcake that’s too cute. So, I made three different types of toppers to add that little extra touch to the already adorable – not to mention delicious – cupcakes that Sweet Melissa baked for my wedding. As it turned out, some of these were easier to make than others, so throughout this week I’ll post the DIYs in order of difficulty, starting with the easiest. The first is a flag topper, made with polka-dotted washi tape and a toothpick.

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fab find: colourful kitchen oven mitts

I’ve been surrounded by fun kitchen accessories recently as our October issue (that features a ton of great kitchens!) is about to hit stands. Since it’s no secret that I’m obsessed with hot pink, I naturally gravitated to these Checkered Raspberry Oven Mitts. Such a simple way to bring a pop of colour into an otherwise neutral kitchen. Read on for more details.

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wedding crafts: glitter-dipped mason jars

It’s official. I’m a Mrs. This past Friday, I got hitched at Belcroft Estates, a tree farm just north of Toronto. Think: Pinterest barn wedding. I wasn’t the type of bride to gush about my big day, but now that it’s all done, I’m excited to share a few of my DIY decor projects. (I use “my” quite liberally since I had a lot of help from my amazing bridesmaids.) Hopefully you get inspired to make a couple of things for your next event, be it a once-in-a-lifetime day or a casual gathering. First up: glitter-dipped mason jars.

mason jars wedding crafts: glitter dipped mason jars

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autumn à la mode: spice up your home décor with these fall faves

“Autumn … the year’s last, loveliest smile.” ~ William Cullen Bryant

There are so many reasons why I love the fall. Sweater weather, foliage reports, the scent of nutmeg and cinnamon …. It is indeed the year’s loveliest smile. Here some of my top picks to help bring classic comfort and style to your home this fall season.

marble & wood cheese boards

Two beautiful natural materials combined in one utilitarian kitchen accessory! Marble and wood cheese boards are the perfect blend of rustic and refined. Best of all, they are timeless and suited for both casual dining and entertaining.

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available at Peaks & Rafters

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available at Indigo

 

hybrid dinnerware collection

The Hybrid dinnerware collection reflects on the historical production of Chinese and European Bone China. The images and colours are equally captivating – guaranteed to strike up a conversation at your next dinner party.

The collection is produced in Tangshan, the renowned capital of Bone China. Each piece is refined by hand. The pieces are sliced in half, creating new hybrids that juxtapose scenes and themes interpreted in the respective cultural imaginary. They symbolize a complex past, when east meets west.

 

Hybrid Collection autumn à la mode: spice up your home décor with these fall faves

available at RADform

Hybrid 2 autumn à la mode: spice up your home décor with these fall faves

available at RADform

Smeg small appliances

Best know for their retro refrigerators, you can now buy Smeg on a smaller scale with this fun line of small appliances. These 50s style appliances are an easy way to jazz up your kitchen countertop. The collection features two and four slice toasters, kettles, stand mixers and blenders. The Smeg small appliance collection will be available soon at Hudson’s Bay.

 

Smeg Toaster Line Up   Resize autumn à la mode: spice up your home décor with these fall faves

photo courtesy of www.smeg50style.com

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photo courtesy of www.smeg50style.com

smegtoasterkettle autumn à la mode: spice up your home décor with these fall faves

photo courtesy of www.smeg50style.com

mason jar accents

There’s no doubt mason jars are a fierce trend. They have proven to be useful for just about anything from flower vases to salad packers. Proving that the trend is here to stay, mason jar accessories like these salt and pepper shakers and shot glasses are new for fall at Indigo. Perfect for a rustic autumn tablescape.

Salt Pepper Mason Jars autumn à la mode: spice up your home décor with these fall faves

available at Indigo

mason jar shot glasses1 autumn à la mode: spice up your home décor with these fall faves

available at Indigo

 

directoire tibetan wool shag chair by Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

A marriage of comfort and style. This beautiful chair from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams’ fall collection was inspired by the classic director’s chair. It is clad in a Tibetal wool shag – does it get more scrumptious than that? It may take a while to cozy up to the price tag, consider it a worthy investment piece for your living room. The frame is available in polished brass and stainless steel at www.mgbwhome.com

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