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Hip High-Contrast Kitchen

Suzanne Dimma discusses why this white kitchen with a striking black feature wall by designer Stéphane Chamard conveys such unique personality. See how Stéphane cleverly repurposed a kitchen table as an island and uses vintage accents to give this Toronto kitchen retro flair.

One Tray Four Ways

Pick up tips on how to make stylish display areas in the home using a tray. H&H design editor Joel Bray and style editor Reiko Caron take a HomeSense faux-bone and metal tray and use it as a base to create four different vignettes for the living room, bar, kitchen and bathroom.

Glassblower Nick Chase

New Brunswick-born glass artist Nick Chase, a current Harbourfront Centre artist-in-residence, demonstrates how he gives his handblown glass vessels a personal touch. Using techniques like sandblasting, etching and surface decoration, his pieces convey a gently eroded beauty.


Don't miss our latest TV episode! See designer Stéphane Chamard's high-contrast kitchen, complete with a striking black feature wall and vintage accents for personality. Next, learn how one tray can serve as a stylish base for four different vignettes in the home. And finally, glass artist Nick Chase demonstrates how he gives his handblown glass vessels a timeworn character.

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