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See how a narrow city home can become open and airy. Christopher Wood of LA Design shows off a newly renovated 1,200-square-foot Toronto rowhouse with a relocated kitchen, bright white walls, black staircase, reclaimed wood floors and vintage furniture. Cameron MacNeil explains how he transformed a formal, rarely used space into an inviting and functional living and dining room. Learn his tips for adding more seating to a large dining table, updating an antique sideboard with granite, incorporating casual slipcovered furniture and saving money on ready-made drapery. Finally, Mark Challen sits down with British stylemaker William Yeoward at the 2012 Interior Design Show to chat about his textile designs, nautical influences, historical references and palette inspiration.

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See how a narrow city home can become open and airy. Designer Christopher Wood shows off a newly renovated 1,200-square-foot Toronto rowhouse with a relocated kitchen, bright white walls, black staircase, reclaimed wood floors and vintage furniture. Cameron MacNeil explains how he transformed a formal, rarely used space into an inviting and functional living and dining room with a large table for entertaining, casual slipcovered sofas and affordable ready-made drapery. Finally, Mark Challen sits down with British stylemaker William Yeoward at the 2012 Interior Design Show to chat about his textile designs, nautical influences, historical references and palette inspiration.

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Season: 
3
Episode: 
116
Duration: 
13:26

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