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In This Episode

Historic Mill-Turned-Cottage

Designer Kate Thornley-Hall takes on the "most fun" project of her life and turns a Victorian grist mill into a family vacation home, full of unexpected colour and life. See the bold choices that lend this retreat a Scottish-castle vibe, complete with tartan-clad walls, a gold four-poster bed and a large outdoor living room.

Luxe Cottage Guesthouse

Zebra prints and Asian toiles aren’t what you would expect to see in a Victorian four-bedroom farmhouse, but designer Kate Thornley-Hall uses them to great effect in this guesthouse. See how wrapping a bedroom in large-scale wallpaper and selecting oversized headboards are surprisingly effective tricks for making small spaces seem larger, and peek inside the property's rustic cabin.

Two DIY Summer Floral Arrangements

Learn how to make two fresh floral arrangements with easy-to-find flowers. Florist Lisa Collins of Sweet Woodruff in Toronto gives helpful flower arranging tips (and even dispels the carnation's bad rap along the way) for pretty summer centrepieces.

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Design by Kate Thornley-Hall

Credits

Executive Producer

Lynda Reeves

Director Online TV Production

Sheri Graham Delagran

Director of Photography

Jason Stickley

Senior Producer

Ryan Louis

Editors

Patrick Malone

Erin Gulas

Digital Director

Michael Zimmermann

Online Designer

Julie Whyte

Thanks to

Kate Thornley-Hall

Copyright 2014

Runtime: 6:35
Released: June 09, 2014
Channel: Home Tour