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Photo Michael and Joel

Our Style Saturdays events are one of the most popular aspects of the Princess Margaret showhome — so popular, in fact, that they filled up fast! Year after year, House & Home experts demo the latest in decorating and home trends. This past Saturday, House & Home DIY gurus Michael Penney (left) and Joel Bray (right), in collaboration with Ikea, demonstrated how to turn an Ikea wardrobe into a pantry. Don't worry if you missed it, though — Michael and Joel will be creating a similar pantry in an upcoming episode of Online TV!

Photo Michael Penney

Here’s Michael after the demonstration, answering an audience member’s questions.

Photo Joel Bray

And here’s Joel, giving another audience member advice. (The DIY demonstration took place in the showhome basement — see a tour of the space.)

Photo Purdy's Chocolates

As well as great decorating and entertaining tips, guests were treated to yummy snacks, like these Purdy’s chocolates.

Photo PMH Showhome Basement

During the day, DIY segments of Online TV played throughout the showhome.

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The early bird draw is fast approaching. With over 50% of tickets already sold, don't hesitate to order your tickets today for a chance to win this gorgeous showhome, as well as other great prizes, such as a Muskoka cottage, Toronto condos, luxury cars and more! Tickets are going fast, so get yours today and help conquer cancer in our lifetime.

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1-4. Dana Levitt

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