2010 Princess Margaret Showhome Exterior
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Release Date: October 4, 2010
Featuring: Lynda Reeves
Channel: Home Tour
[Princess Margaret Welcome Home Sweepstakes Oakville Showhome](http://www.houseandhome.com/showhome/) experts share their inspiration behind the architecture and yards surrounding the 6,500-square-foot home. Architect Gordon Ridgely elaborates on his vision for the home. Landscape architect Ron Holbrook explains why he used symmetrical plants and trees in the front yard, and how evergreen hedges can ground a porch and create a greener façade year-round. Coivic Contracting’s George Coito and Rob Lau emphasize the importance of planning ahead. Watch the segment and then see [photos and videos of the rest of the house](http://www.houseandhome.com/showhome/).
*See the [complete source guide](http://www.houseandhome.com/showhome/guide)* Architectural design, Gordon Ridgely Architects; Construction, PCMnow.com; Landscape design, Ron Holbrook & Associates; Landscaping, Coivic Contracting Ltd.; Siding, GM Exteriors; Garage doors, Westwood Garage Doors; Exterior windows and doors, Andersen Windows and Doors; Lanterns, Universal Lamp; Alarm system, The Monitoring Center; Keyless Entry system, Entertech Systems; Planters, Restoration Hardware; Plants, Sheridan Nurseries; Chairs, cushions, Angus and Company. Back Deck: Chairs, table, Crate & Barrel; Barbecue, Home Hardware; Umbrella, The Sign of the Skier.
DIRECTOR TV PRODUCTION & ONLINE VIDEO
Sheri Graham Delagran
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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