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Small Yet Cheerful Condo

Toronto photographer Tara McMullen and designer Tiffany Pratt, show off Tara's bright condo in the Distillery District. At less than 600 square feet, the builder-basic condo needed a punch of personality and a functional layout. Learn Tiffany's tricks for visually expanding a small space with white epoxy floors, creating a dining area for entertaining, showcasing vintage family heirlooms and transforming a tiny den into a cosy living room.

Natural Rugs 101

Suzanne Dimma explains the differences between seagrass, sisal, jute and coir carpets. Learn which natural fibres are most affordable, which are softest, and which should be laid flat or used on stairs.

Integrated Technologies

Tech expert Ron Peruzza reveals new ways to make TVs and audio equipment blend seamlessly into a home. Learn how TVs can be inset into a room's drywall or fireplace surround, how speakers can be concealed with plaster and paint, and how advances in automation allow control over all of this from one device. Keep technology hidden and let your decor take centre stage!

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Don't miss our latest TV episode! See how designer Tiffany Pratt added character to photographer Tara McMullen's builder-basic condo. At less than 600 square feet, the condo needed a punch of personality and a functional layout. Learn Tiffany's tricks for visually expanding a small space with white epoxy floors, showcasing vintage family heirlooms and transforming a tiny den into a cosy living room. Next, Suzanne Dimma explains the differences between seagrass, sisal, jute and coir carpets. Then, tech expert Ron Peruzza reveals new ways to make TVs and audio equipment blend seamlessly into a home's decor.

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Season: 
4
Episode: 
158
Duration: 
13:54

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