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Runtime: 5:45
Release Date: May 14, 2012
Featuring: Daniel Brisset

Escape to rural Quebec in this tour of renowned Montreal designer Daniel Brisset’s gorgeous second house. See how he converted the foundation of a 1960s bungalow into a traditional two-storey home perfect for hosting weekend guests. Tour the main floor filled with natural light and forest views, the kitchen with a casual harvest table instead of an island, the cosy guest bedroom and serene principal suite.

See more photos of this home in our April 2010 issue.

  • Sources

    Dining room: Artwork, Johanne Martel, visit johannemartel.com; urns, Flore, Montreal (514) 488-3555.

    Living room: Urn, Véranda Style de vie, Ayer's Cliff, Que. (819) 838-1880; eggs, Flore, as above; porcelain tub (on coffee table), Véranda Style de vie, as above; glass coffee table, Celadon Collection, Montreal (514) 789-1542 or visit celadoncollection.com; artwork, Johanne Martel, as above.

    Kitchen: Tiered tray, Véranda Style de vie, as above.

    Principal bathroom: Commode, Véranda Style de vie, as above.

  • Credits

    EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
    Lynda Reeves

    DIRECTOR TV PRODUCTION & ONLINE VIDEO
    Sheri Graham Delagran

    DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
    Jason Stickley

    SENIOR PRODUCER
    Ryan Louis

    STYLIST
    Reiko Caron

    EDITOR
    Andrew Noddin

    WEB DEVELOPER
    Michael Kadis

    ONLINE DESIGNER
    Jessica Piekarski

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