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House & Home designers Trish Johnston and Amanda Smith take us behind the scenes of a seasonal photo shoot where they create easy holiday arrangements using urns, greenery, vine wreaths, pillar candles, moss and burlap. Make your own to add an outdoor touch to an entryway, staircase landing or living room.

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Car, Toyota Prius

You will need:

  • Urns, burlap, Home Hardware
  • Newspaper (for filling urn)
  • Mulch
  • Loose branches with leaves
  • Grape vine wreath
  • Hurricane vase with pillar candle
  • Dried navy beans
  • Spanish moss
  • Burlap to cut a ribbon out of
Duration: 
4:05

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In This Episode

How do you create a luxe traditional look in a dated condo penthouse? Toronto interior designer Philip Mitchell accomplished just that. Tour his updated 1970s apartment, where he added a grand barrel ceiling in the hallway, classic panel moulding, a faux fireplace and marble finishes to replicate old New York City buildings. House & Home designers Trish Johnston and Amanda Smith take us behind the scenes of a seasonal photo shoot where they create festive DIY indoor arrangements using urns, greenery, vine wreaths, pillar candles, moss and burlap. Make your own to add an outdoor touch to an entryway, staircase landing or living room. Finally, Toronto architect Christopher Tweel explains how he renovated a 1955 mid-century modern home into a spacious family retreat. Learn how he updated many features without compromising the original style of the home. Take in his ideas for modern design, from the floating staircase and 27-foot-wide windows in the living room, to a contemporary art wall and black slate floors throughout.

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Car, Toyota Prius

You will need:

  • Urns, burlap, Home Hardware
  • Newspaper (for filling urn)
  • Mulch
  • Loose branches with leaves
  • Grape vine wreath
  • Hurricane vase with pillar candle
  • Dried navy beans
  • Spanish moss
  • Burlap to cut a ribbon out of

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: 4:05
Released: November 21, 2011
Channel: DIY