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Discover stylish and smart decorating tricks from a Food Network chef, a Toronto blogger and a designer in three of our favourite home tours from past seasons of H&H Online TV! Stay tuned for all new segments next week, October 15th!

Trish Magwood's Home

So this is what a chef's home kitchen looks like! Trish Magwood, host of Food Network's Party Dish, judge on Family Cook Off, and author of In My Mother's Kitchen (2011 Harper Collins Canada) shows off her renovated family home. Tour her industrial-inspired kitchen with warm, salvaged materials, cosy open-concept living room, kids' bedrooms, and functional family bathroom.

Eclectic Victorian Home

Learn how to layer quirky, vintage style into a space as designer Emma Reddington, the blogger behind The Marion House Book, tours her 1905 Toronto home. With a $30,000 budget, see how she renovated the kitchen with new appliances, cabinets, flooring, a marble feature wall, and a gorgeous display shelf that she designed herself. Plus, take a look through her English country-inspired entryway, living room, painted-black bathroom and cosy upstairs bedrooms.

Scandinavian-Inspired Condo

Explore a sky-high condo with timeless Scandinavian influences. Designer Jill Greaves, along with Boxwood Architects, used clean sight lines, tone-on-tone neutrals, pops of patterned fabric, and modern furniture paired with warm antiques to personalize a young couple's home.

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Trish Magwood's Home

So this is what a chef's home kitchen looks like! Trish Magwood, host of Food Network's Party Dish, judge on Family Cook Off, and author of In My Mother's Kitchen shows off her renovated family home. Tour her industrial-inspired kitchen with warm, salvaged materials, cosy open-concept living room, kids' bedrooms, and functional family bathroom.

Eclectic Victorian Home

Learn how to layer quirky, vintage style into a space as designer Emma Reddington, the blogger behind The Marion House Book, tours her 1905 Toronto home. With a $30,000 budget, see how she renovated the kitchen with new appliances, cabinets, flooring, a marble feature wall, and a gorgeous display shelf that she designed herself. Plus, take a look through her English country-inspired entryway, living room, painted-black bathroom and cosy upstairs bedrooms.

Scandinavian-Inspired Condo

Explore a sky-high condo with timeless Scandinavian influences. Designer Jill Greaves, along with Boxwood Architects, used clean sight lines, tone-on-tone neutrals, pops of patterned fabric, and modern furniture paired with warm antiques to personalize a young couple's home.

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Season: 
3
Episode: 
148
Duration: 
16:16

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