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Get luxe-for-less, small space decorating tips from Houmed Arjomand of Gluckstein Design, who transformed his 600-square-foot builder-basic condo into a cosy and classic space reminiscent of a Victorian manor. Tour his living room, complete with an art wall and generous seating for entertaining, a dark-painted bedroom and the wallpapered kitchen.

See more photos of this kitchen in our September 2011 issue.

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Design, Houmed Arjomand, Gluckstein Design Planning, Toronto (416) 928-2067 or visit Glucksteindesign.com.

Living room: GlucksteinHome side tables, The Bay, visit Hbc.com for locations across Canada; lamp bases, HomeSense, visit Homesense.ca for locations across Canada; drape fabric, Fabricland, visit Fabricland.ca for locations across Canada; fringed chair, The Reuse Centre, Burlington, Ont. (905) 319-0477 or visit Reusecentre.on.ca; men's suiting fabric (on wingback chairs), Designer Fabrics, Toronto (416) 531-2810 or visit Designerfabrics.ca; dresser, Shafer Auction, Winona, Ont. (905) 634-6300 or visit Shaferauction.com.

Dining area: Table, Aberfoyle Antique Market, Guelph, Ont. (519) 763-1077 or visit Aberfoyle-antiques.com; GlucksteinHome candlesticks, The Bay, as above; etching, Waddington's, Toronto (416) 504-9100, 1-877- 504-5700 or visit Waddingtons.ca.

Bedroom: Foo dog, Pier 1 Imports, call 1-800-245-4595 or visit Pier1.ca; artwork, Christie Antique Show, visit Antiqueshowscanada.com; GlucksteinHome duvet cover, The Bay, above; tray on dresser, Aberfoyle Antique Market, as above.

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6:00

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In This Episode

Take video tours of our three favourite condos from past seasons of H&H Online TV! Stay tuned for all new segments next week, March 18th!

Warm White Loft

Yes, an industrial loft can be cosy. Sarah Callanan, Angus & Company's in-house designer, fell in love with her 900-square-foot unit's raw features — exposed brick, natural wood beams and an open-concept floor plan — which she embellished with pops of colour, family antiques and vintage lighting. See how she updated the small kitchen by painting the cupboards out white, traded a tub for a luxe shower, and maximized storage in the bedroom.

Antique-Filled Condo

Get luxe-for-less, small space decorating tips from Houmed Arjomand of Gluckstein Design, who transformed his 600-square-foot builder-basic condo into a classic space reminiscent of a Victorian manor. Tour his living room, complete with an art wall and generous seating for entertaining, a dramatic bedroom and a wallpapered kitchen.

Relaxed Vancouver Condo

How do you turn a 1960s space into a cottage-inspired retreat in the city? Designer Stephen Caldwell offers tips as he takes us through his 800-square-foot apartment overlooking English Bay. Steal his ideas for creating a welcoming entryway, maximizing natural light and arranging a functional, open-concept living room.

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Design, Houmed Arjomand, Gluckstein Design Planning, Toronto (416) 928-2067 or visit Glucksteindesign.com.

Living room: GlucksteinHome side tables, The Bay, visit Hbc.com for locations across Canada; lamp bases, HomeSense, visit Homesense.ca for locations across Canada; drape fabric, Fabricland, visit Fabricland.ca for locations across Canada; fringed chair, The Reuse Centre, Burlington, Ont. (905) 319-0477 or visit Reusecentre.on.ca; men's suiting fabric (on wingback chairs), Designer Fabrics, Toronto (416) 531-2810 or visit Designerfabrics.ca; dresser, Shafer Auction, Winona, Ont. (905) 634-6300 or visit Shaferauction.com.

Dining area: Table, Aberfoyle Antique Market, Guelph, Ont. (519) 763-1077 or visit Aberfoyle-antiques.com; GlucksteinHome candlesticks, The Bay, as above; etching, Waddington's, Toronto (416) 504-9100, 1-877- 504-5700 or visit Waddingtons.ca.

Bedroom: Foo dog, Pier 1 Imports, call 1-800-245-4595 or visit Pier1.ca; artwork, Christie Antique Show, visit Antiqueshowscanada.com; GlucksteinHome duvet cover, The Bay, above; tray on dresser, Aberfoyle Antique Market, as above.

Credits

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

Lynda Reeves

DIRECTOR TV PRODUCTION & ONLINE VIDEO

Sheri Graham Delagran

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Jason Stickley

SEGMENT PRODUCER

Ryan Louis

EDITORS

Patrick Malone
Erin Gulas

DIGITAL DIRECTOR

Michael Zimmermann

ONLINE DESIGNER

Julie Aubie

Runtime: 6:00
Released: October 09, 2011
Featuring: Houmed Arjomand
Channel: Home Tour