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Stumped by an awkward layout? Designer Cameron MacNeil explains how he flipped the focal point to make this open-concept kitchen, dining nook and living room work. See how relocating the TV, adding custom furniture pieces and creating a personalized gallery wall transformed the main floor of a new downtown Toronto home.

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Vaughn armchairs, TV cabinets, Crate & Barrel; Random Light dining pendant, Moooi; black kitchen pendants, West Elm; dining banquette, custom from Silva 4 Home; table base from Kennedy Writing Desk, Sunpan Modern Home; drapery fabric, Designer Fabrics; drape sewing, drapery rod, area rug, Interiors Only; Eames chairs, Design Within Reach; wall colour, Halo (OC-46), Benjamin Moore.

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4:25

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In This Segment

Stumped by an awkward layout? Designer Cameron MacNeil explains how he flipped the focal point to make this open-concept kitchen, dining nook and living room work. See how relocating the TV, adding custom furniture pieces and creating a personalized gallery wall transformed the main floor of a new downtown Toronto home.

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Vaughn armchairs, TV cabinets, Crate & Barrel; Random Light dining pendant, Moooi; black kitchen pendants, West Elm; dining banquette, custom from Silva 4 Home; table base from Kennedy Writing Desk, Sunpan Modern Home; drapery fabric, Designer Fabrics; drape sewing, drapery rod, area rug, Interiors Only; Eames chairs, Design Within Reach; wall colour, Halo (OC-46), Benjamin Moore.

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: 4:25
Released: July 09, 2012
Featuring: Cameron MacNeil
Channel: Home Tour