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In This Episode

Actor Yannick Bisson's Home

Yannick Bisson, the star of Murdoch Mysteries, and his wife Shantelle lead a personal tour through the renovated Toronto home they share with their daughters. See the spectacular details that have turned a former bungalow into a warm, open-concept home perfect for entertaining. Yannick points out his favourite features, including a treehouse-like principal bedroom and jaw-dropping ensuite.

Highlights From The 2014 Interior Design Show

Suzanne Dimma and Mark Challen walk us through their showstopping finds from the 2014 Interior Design Show, from a freestanding tub with a built-in tray for wine goblets, to Avani's kitchen with turquoise cabinets and a space-saving movable counter. Suzanne swoons over the instant exoticism of Mettro Source's patterned tiles, while Mark falls for a booth with a humble plywood floor and a sofa wrapped in an inviting oversized knit.

DIY Feather Lampshade

Follow design editor Joel Bray's simple steps to make your own feather lampshade. Using an inexpensive base and shade, Joel customizes the design with feathers to create a sculptural lamp.

 

See sources

Design, Eric McClelland, Fleur-de-lis Interior Design; exterior, architect, Gordon Ridgely Architects and Associates; contractor, Upside Development; staircase fabrication, Kenadian; blinds (throughout), Solarfective Products; fireplace insert, Woodbridge Fireplace; radiant floor heating system (throughout), Belyea Bros.; Eames lounger, EQ3; kitchen cabinets by Scavolini, Dekla; quartz counters, Marble Groups; kitchen fridge, dishwasher, Miele; stools, by Nuevo, Room, (416) 489-8863; ceiling sculpture, Ridgely Studio Works; dining table, Hardware; red wallpaper, Levey Industries; 
bed, Hästens; bedding, coverlet,
 Au Lit; bathroom tiles,
 Stone Tile; tub, Vola faucet and shower heads, Dornbracht handshower and valves, stool, Ginger's; Chandelier, Luceplan; Kohler tub filler, Taps Bath Centre.

Credits

Executive Producer

Lynda Reeves

Director Online TV Production

Sheri Graham Delagran

Director of Photography

Jason Stickley

Segment Producer

Ryan Louis

Editors

Patrick Malone

Erin Gulas

Digital Director

Michael Zimmermann

Online Designer

Julie Whyte

Thanks to

Yannick and Shantelle Bisson

Copyright 2014

Runtime: 5:55
Released: February 03, 2014
Channel: Home Tour