In the spring-summer 2024 issue of ELLE Decoration Canada, we’re spotlighting home-grown designers and interiors that turn a house into a home. Here’s a preview of what’s in store.

Canada’s Craftspeople Strut Their Stuff

Spread out across some 10 million square kilometres, our country’s artisans move earth, bend steel and work wonders with wood. We’re taking a look at some leading northern lights.

When One Plus One Equals a Thousand

Ontario designers Yabu and Pushelberg are at the top of their game and profession, and their origins have a lot to do with it.

New Chapter, New Nest

A couple with European roots left the Montreal suburbs and settled in Little Italy. Take a tour of the new home that architecture firm yh2 designed for them.

The Tree of Life

Ottawa artist Pooja Pawaskar shows us why wood is her medium of choice, and how she is drawn to the power of wabi-sabi.

Through a Glass, Brightly

Paying tribute to the past while bringing modern flair to a noble tradition is key to artist Jérémie St-Onge’s approach to glass-blowing.

Not Your Basic Bungalow

In Victoria, a 1970s bungalow more than meets the minimalist needs of a design-savvy B.C. couple. And the garden completes the picture.

Coming Up Aces

Ace Hotels hold a very good hand. In Toronto, we checked into their first Canadian venture.


The Spring 2024 issue of ELLE Decoration Canada is on newsstands and Apple News+ on April 15, 2024.

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