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See a beautiful winter cabin and get holiday decor ideas from past seasons of H&H Online TV! Stay tuned for all new segments next week, December 2, 2013!

Kate Thornley-Hall's Cosy Log Cabin

Toronto designer Kate Thornley-Hall tours us through her renovated 1870s ski chalet in Collingwood, Ontario. Learn her tips for decorating with a cosy, log cabin style, from wool flatweave rugs and vintage finds to reclaimed wood and toile wallpaper prints.

See more of this cottage in our December 2010 issue and online photo gallery.

Holiday Mantel Styling Tips

Style editor Sarah Hartill shares her favourite way to decorate a mantel for the festive season, since she doesn't have space for a tree. Learn how to use Christmas cards, faux sage garlands, mercury glass ornaments, satin ribbon, decorative trees, glitter houses and candles to create a holiday display.

Lynda Reeves' Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups Recipe

Lynda demonstrates how to make her favourite treat. Make a batch as a hostess gift or to serve at a holiday party — your guests will want the recipe, too! (Print out the recipe here.)

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Discover great holiday ideas from past seasons of H&H Online TV! First, Toronto designer Kate Thornley-Hall tours us through her renovated ski chalet and shares tips for creating cosy, winter style. Next, Sarah Hartill turns a mantel into a festive display with cards, garlands, mercury glass, decorative trees, and glitter houses. Finally, Lynda Reeves shares her recipe for Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups, a perfect hostess gift or holiday party treat.

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