Upcoming: The 2022 Winter Issue of Design at Home
Dec 08, 2021
It’s time to bundle up and brave the cold as we head into the winter season! As we enter the new year, it’s time to re-evaluate our homes and discover what is serving us and what is no longer working. This year, we expect to see a variety of new home interior trends and design styles ranging from vintage grandmillenial living room scapes to natural whites and rustic textures in the bedrooms. We’ve got a jam-packed issue full of the top trends in flooring, tips on how to design with self-care in mind and exclusive designer content. So get cozy by the fire and settle in for some inspirational reading with the latest issue of Design at Home magazine.
7 Tips to Incorporate Self Care into Your Home
Making time for self-care is often a resolution we make each New Year and what better way to begin your transformation than with your home? Your home environment deeply influences your mood and productivity. In this article, we explore seven ways to make your home a safe haven discussing how to separate your work space from the rest of your home and how to create a welcoming entryway.
Up-and-Coming Trends Room by Room
Design by MICHELLE BERWICK Photography by LARRY ARNAL
The start of a new year elicits feelings of anticipation for what is to come. With any luck, a few home tweaks are usually involved. This season, we're focusing on room-by-room ideas to help you make the most of each space in your house. You'll adore these gorgeously designed areas, whether it's a warm bedroom or a room designed exclusively for movie nights.
Third Floor Remodel Q&A with Rebecca Hay
Written by Rebecca Hay, Design by Rebecca Hay Designs, Photography by Mike Chajecki
In this exclusive designer interview, Rebecca Hay discusses how she approached this third floor renovation and turned it into the perfect master suite. Hay details her love of using blue in interior design, how to create texture and how to create a space that’s designed for the needs of two people.
Styles We Love: Winter Edition
This winter, three styles are making leaving their print on the interior design world: Checks and Plaids, Contemporary Curves, and Grandmillenial. Inspired by the runways of New York Fashion Week, Checks and Plaids showcases the upscale big plaid prints combined with checkered patterns to create a lively patterned interior that’s right on trend. For a more subtle interior design style, explore Contemporary Curves and revel in the pleasure of effortless curves and sleek finishes to gain a sophisticated look. Or, go bold and take your interiors to the next level with Grandmillenial, a modern take on traditional décor, furniture and lighting that is certain to elevate your interiors with its delicate florals and earthy details.
Introducing 2022 Style Watch
Discover the top ten trending floors for 2022 from cozy stylish carpets underfoot to beautiful floorboard variation to the latest engineered hardwood in waterproof flooring technology. What better way to kick off the New Year than with brand new floors for your home? This year, we explore ten different styles that have dominated in the flooring world and these trendy products are sure to catch your eye.
Behind the Design: A Rustic Mountain Retreat
Written by Big Sky Home Interiors, Design by Big Sky Home Interiors, Photography by Justine Jane Photography
Design by BIG SKY HOME INTERIORS Photography by JUSTINE JANE PHOTOGRAPHY
This stunningly picturesque mountain escape has all the essentials for a large family. In this design feature, interior designer Jodee March delves into creating a functional home retreat a family of ten that was designed as a getaway from their city house. Big Sky Home Interiors gathered inspiration from the Montana mountains to create a home full of colour, texture and personalized rustic charm.
Finding Inspiration from Regional Landscapes
Written by Louis Duncan-He, Design by Louis Duncan-He Designs
Design by LOUIS DUNCAN-HE
Have you ever been curious to know how your natural surroundings shape your interior design? Well, in this exclusive feature, Louis Duncan-He extracts the ways in which his design inspiration comes from regional landscapes, exploring everything from the ocean blue hues of the west-coast to the posh, modern spaces of metropolitan areas.
Bridging Natural Light and Warm Textures
Learn how you can bridge natural light with warm textures in your bedrooms in this carpet flooring feature. This theme for winter combines the natural beauty of sunshine with the warmth of carpet to produce one harmonized style that will transform your bedroom from dreary to brilliant. Explore ways to achieve this look through natural light and neutral carpet with recommendations from our Flooring Canada carpet catalog.
Designing with White
Written by Diana Rose Balanyuk, Design by Diana Rose Design, Photography by Mike Chajecki
Design by DIANA ROSE Photography by MIKE CHAJECKI
Fall back in love with white with this article by designer Diana Rose, who discusses how she uses white colour palettes as the dominant part of her interior design. Learn everything you need to know about combining white with colour and adding interest without colour through shading, tones, textures and materials in Rose’s feature on designing a living space with white.
Visualize Your Flooring Dreams
Want a preview of how new floors will look in your home? Try our room visualizer, My Floor Style. Upload a photo of your room, select your style preferences, and get a virtual look at each different flooring style. With My Floor Style, there are no surprises. Only beautiful new floors.