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Suzanne Dimma tours a contemporary 14,000-square-foot home, complete with open-concept rooms, stunning full-height windows and mid-century modern furniture. (Plus a to-die-for custom kitchen!) Plus, a 30-year-old kitchen gets a dramatic makeover with fresh fixtures, added storage and seamless white panelling. Cameron MacNeil explains how moving the dining room entrance, opening up the space to include a stunning marble island, and investing in bare-oak floors added a new, contemporary feel to the dated kitchen. Finally, Brian Gluckstein's senior decorator, Michelle Hanna, leads us through her narrow yet well-appointed home. Learn her tips for renovating a layout, installing built-in storage, maximizing space and displaying treasured antiques.

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Suzanne Dimma tours a contemporary 14,000-square-foot home, complete with open-concept rooms, stunning full-height windows and mid-century modern furniture. (Plus a to-die-for custom kitchen!) Plus, a 30-year-old kitchen gets a dramatic makeover with fresh fixtures, added storage and seamless white panelling. Cameron MacNeil explains how moving the dining room entrance, opening up the space to include a stunning marble island, and investing in bare-oak floors added a new, contemporary feel to the dated kitchen. Finally, Brian Gluckstein's senior decorator, Michelle Hanna, leads us through her narrow yet well-appointed home. Learn her tips for renovating a layout, installing built-in storage, maximizing space and displaying treasured antiques.

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2
Episode: 
87
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16:41

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