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In This Episode

Fresh Old-World Kitchen

Designer Maia Roffey explains how a dated kitchen was transformed into a bright, airy space combining lacquered white cabinetry, crackle tile, and warm wood flooring. See how clever touches like an island that seats six comfortably, floor-to-ceiling tile walls and a striking display shelf make this kitchen practical, as well as lending it a slightly European vibe.

Youthful Multipurpose Dining Room

A renovated dining room gets a hit of character using mural-style Fornasetti wallpaper as a focal point. H&H assistant style editor Reiko Caron plays up the layered, eclectic feel by accenting the walls with DIY lights and art, pulling a settee up to the table to make the seating more hip, and using inexpensive accents.

DIY Scandi-Inspired Table

See how Joel Bray made a budget table in just one afternoon using hardware store materials. Watch as Joel outlines the steps of this simple project, including which kind of wood he selected for the tabletop, how to attach the base, and what finish he uses to convey a rustic look.

See sources

Appliances, Jennair; cabinetry, Ikea; counter tops and cabinetry kicks, Caesarstone; sink, Franke; faucet, Moen; painting by Home Painters Toronto; wall tiles, Saltillo; copper tiles, Céragrès; oval cocotte, Staub.

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 Designers

Julie Whyte

Copyright 2013

Runtime: 6:05
Released: October 06, 2013
Featuring: Maia Roffey
Channel: Home Tour