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Watch three of our favourite videos of 2013 on H&H Online TV! Stay tuned for all new segments January 6th, 2014!

Industrial Montreal Loft

Learn tricks for styling a raw loft with personal touches and statement art. Joel Bray reveals his favourite parts of a historical 1,300-square-foot loft designed by Nathalie Bouchard and Annie Horth of Creative Flats. Tour the galley kitchen with open shelving, spacious living room with a mix of industrial, vintage and modern furniture, and bedrooms with white-painted brick walls and statement lighting.

Barbara Purdy's Bistro-Style Kitchen

Toronto designer Barbara Purdy shows off her modern-rustic kitchen and sitting area. Learn how she relocated the kitchen to another side of the home to accommodate functional elements for a busy family, including a large island, stools, smart storage and a pivoting TV.

One Room, Six Ways

The Art Stylists Anya Shor and Manny Neubacher demonstrate how to style a room in six different ways by switching up the artwork. See how they transform a simple living area with oversized paintings, contemporary photographs, an unframed canvas, and a few accessories while leaving the furniture as is.

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Discover our top HHTV videos from 2013! First, learn tricks for styling a raw loft with personal touches and statement art. Next, designer Barbara Purdy shows off her modern-rustic kitchen and sitting area. Finally, the Art Stylists Anya Shor and Manny Neubacher demonstrate how to style a room in six different ways using oversized paintings, contemporary photographs, an unframed canvas, and a few accessories, while leaving the furniture as is.

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