DIY

Transition your living space from summer to fall with a few easy pieces

Screen Shot 2014-08-18 at 4.43.32 PMby Annabelle Immega

Suddenly re-thinking those colourful home accents now that fall is on its way? MOE'S Home Collection stylists have assembled their top transitional tips to ease your home from summer cool to cozied up:

Colour Me Calm
Don't cut colour from your palette altogether. Instead, balance a white base with warm metallics, including gold and bronze, to create a serene space for the cooler months.

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Touch It Up

Minimal colour makes room for luxe textures such as supple leather, lush linen, fabulous faux fur and silky viscose blends. Snuggle up with layered textiles for that extra cozy touch.

 

 


Screen Shot 2014-08-18 at 4.43.46 PMAu Naturel

Don't miss out on Mother Nature even when winter temperatures encourage indoor living. Instead, bring raw west coast elements into your home such as weathered and petrified wood to create an outdoorsy ambiance.

Guest Bedroom Glam

ming-sun-duvet-cover-available-in-4-sizes-400px-400pxBy Heather Draper

The summer season is in full swing and that means a constant stream of visitors is not far behind. But what guest wants to sleep in the old kids’ room or home gym? Interior designer Heather Draper shares her top tips for creating the perfect space for guests with pieces from The Heather Company collection

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Cool brews from Starbucks

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By Sara Duck

We can't get enough of  the new customizable Teavana Shaken Iced Teas and Iced Tea Lemonades from Starbucks, a perfect way to cool off this summer! And we think it's a great drink to serve guests during your summer barbecue's. Unleash your inner barista with these simple steps for serving up a perfect cold brew.

Method:

Steep 2 tsp. of your favourite tea for two-three minutes

Toss into a shaker with a scoop of ice and shake about ten times

Did you know? Shaking your drink brings out and disperses the flavours evenly

For more information visit starbucks.ca