In this Episode
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 home. Next, Sacha Grierson of Eat My Words — a non-profit cupcake company — tours us through the small home she shares with her daughter, Lola. See how she layered pops of bright colour, antiques and metallic accents with crisp white walls for loads of personality. Finally, watch Trish Johnston update a girl's bedroom from childish to sophisticated with new crown moulding, a fun stencilled wall, custom duvet cover and cosy window seat.
Bright Open-Concept Home
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.
Playful Urban Home
Playhouse, Um Num Num Num (2758-090), Kids Crooked House, Home Hardware
Transitional Girl's Bedroom
Silk Road Suzani Stencil, Royal Design Studio.