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In This Episode
Suzanne Dimma tours through the '70s-inspired home of Toronto stylist Sasha Seymour. See how Sasha renovated a cramped and dark midtown home into an open, flowing space with retro furniture and timeless materials. Tour the beautifully tiled entryway, library with colour-blocked books, spacious living room, kitchen with sleek white subway tiles and a cosy fireplace, upstairs bathrooms, and principal bedroom with Parisian influence. H&H's Mark Challen and designer Priscilla Wikkerink reveal how they transformed Mark's tiny, outdated kitchen into a luxe brasserie-inspired space with sleek appliances, marble counters, custom cabinets, a bevelled tile backsplash, and bistro-style mosaic floor. Get their tips for making the most of a small space without sacrificing quality or function. Cameron MacNeil offers decorating tips for warming up a living room with high ceilings, bare walls and minimal furnishings. Learn how to add stylish elements like a contemporary gallery wall, simple TV unit, softly coloured rug and throw pillows, lighting, and curated vignettes.