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Upcoming episodes

Sep 26th
900a

Secrets of Indestructible Design

No need to sacrifice style just because you have kids. Candice transforms an uninspiring living/dining space and injects it with urban industrial modern appeal using the principles of indestructible design. Candice shares all the insider secrets of this design approach, which includes using resilient materials and forgiving fabrics to create a stylish, kid-friendly, contemporary space that can endure everything from crayons to muddy paws.
Sep 26th
930a

Restful Monochromatic Design

The best bedrooms exude a sense of comfort and intimacy. In this episode, Candice tackles a clumsy master bedroom and applies monochromatic design to turn it into a warm and enchanting haven. Candice’s insider tips include adding interest and style to a monochromatic scheme by using multiple patterns and textures.
Sep 26th
1000a

Designing with Black

Black is timeless and elegant, but it can also be quite intimidating as a decorating tool. Candice demonstrates how to bravely use black in a design plan to inject sophistication and style into a bland and boring room. She shows how adding hints of black works to add excitement and a touch of formality to a space while enhancing and clarifying the other colours in the space.
Sep 26th
1030a

Mixing Old and New

It is not easy to mix modern and traditional design styles. The results are often messy and uncomfortable. Candice follows the design principle of mixing old and new to transform a couple’s muddled, over-furnished, discordant space, and unify it into a refreshingly harmonious, timeless room.
Sep 26th
1100a

Contemporary Cultural Design

Creating a space that evokes a unique and authentic cultural look requires a lot of planning. In this episode, Candice shares the secrets of cultural design to show a family of three lovely South Asian women how to transform their drab family room from dull golfer’s den to a space with an exciting modern Masala vibe.
Sep 26th
1130a

Bathroom Lighting Design

Perfect lighting is an essential part of good bathroom design, but one that is most often overlooked. Harsh overhead lights or too few bulbs can make most of us refuse to look in the mirror. In this episode, a tired master bathroom gets an intense lighting makeover and is transformed into a 21st century deluxe spa retreat.
Sep 27th
500a

FABULOUS FAMILY ROOM (Sonya & Peter’s Family Room)

Sonya and Peter love everything about their house, except the family room that’s dominated by a large off-centre fireplace. They want it gone, but Candice sells them on her vision of making the room work with a design that will accommodate all of their wishes. As the project ramps up, Candice’s National Volleyball Team past catches up with her when Sonya’s daughter asks for coaching help for her playoffs at school.
Sep 27th
530a

ROOM FOR TWO (Caryl & Jeff Little Girls’ Bedroom)

Caryl and Jeff are young parents of a two year-old and a newborn, who need to create a pretty girlie room that the kids will share as they grow up. Working within the constraints of an ultralow budget, Candice challenges the members of her team to a competition to make all the elements in the room. The winner will be crowned MVP, earning a day off, plus bragging rights! Tension heats up as Roger, Rudy, Andrew and Katelyn try to snatch victory from each other’s hands.
Sep 27th
900a

Big Ideas for Little Kitchens

Even small spaces can be big on style. Candice shares fresh new designer tips on using colour and storage to turn a dark, cramped galley kitchen into a gorgeous, functioning, modern space.
Sep 27th
930a

Design That Flows

Going with the flow might seem like the path of least resistance – that is until you bump up against a room that just does not connect with its neighbour. Follow Candice as she tackles a great room that extends from a previously renovated kitchen. The two rooms now clash and the homeowners do not know where to start. Using design that honours a room’s function and style, Candice successfully establishes effective traffic patterns and shows how one space can flow into another with harmonious results.