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Updated Edwardian Home

Designer Shirley Meisels updates an Edwardian-style family home by painting out the original dark oak paneling a fresh white, and installing textured tiles. See how her open-concept kitchen gets a facelift with gray-stained walnut cabinets and floating shelves. Her stunning black and white bathroom features a carpet-like tile floor and wood-textured tiles and. Learn how zigzag fabrics, an oversize mirror and black wallpaper add a contemporary sense of drama, and why she forfeited a window for statement art.

Revamped Industrial Condo

Designer Maia Roffey of the Lynda Reeves Design Studio shares the condo that she updated by staying true to the industrial loft vibe and softening it with colour and earthy global accents. See how she turned a dark space into an expressive environment with concrete floors, wood furnishings, marble counters and grey paint on trim that mimics metal. Learn tips for creating a more functional space, and how to make the most out of a contemporary condo layout.

Custom Framing Options

A frame protects and enhances art, but it can also accent your decor. Mitch Robertson of Superframe walks us through the different options available, including a flat-face frame for a contemporary look, a formal water-gilded finish, and the ultra modern "frameless" plexi frame. Watch and learn how to select the best frame for your style.

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Don't miss our latest TV episode! Tour designer Shirley Meisels' Edwardian family home and see how zigzag fabrics, statement art and black wallpaper add a contemporary sense of drama. Next, designer Maia Roffey softens the industrial loft vibe of an urban condo with colour and global accents, and creates a more functional space. Finally, Mitch Robertson of Superframe teaches us how to select the perfect picture frame to suit your style.

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Season: 
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194

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