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In This Episode
Learn how to maximize space in a two-storey condo. Suzanne Dimma tours through a unit in Montreal's iconic Habitat 67 building, designed by Canadian architect Moshe Safdie in the 1960s. See how the homeowners updated their loft with a modern white kitchen, light-filled atrium library, cosy principal bedroom and luxurious ensuite bathroom. Next, Toronto photographer Jason Hudson reveals how he personalized his 613-square-foot condo with budget finds from Craigslist and antique markets. Learn his tips for elongating a room with painted horizontal stripes, incorporating large furnishings in a small space and working with open storage in a builder-basic kitchen. Finally, textile designer Bev Hisey shares her outlook on colour, her latest rug and cushion collections and where she gets her inspiration.