Looking behind the walls in a home renovation

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Karen Sealy surprises her parents with a renovation!

While Designer Karen Sealy's parents were away on vacation, she took over renovations to surprise her them with a completely finished home.

Planning a kitchen renovation

We take a look at some of Karen Sealy's favourite kitchen redesigns and learn some of the key elements in planning the reno.

First ever Major League Baseball All Star Game: George Herman "Babe" Ruth smashes...HD Stock Footage

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Episode 12: The Major House Renovation - Great Room, Sunroom & Kitchen Transformation

It's here, it's here! Over the past three years Kate and Dave have been renovating The Major House and they're finally ready to share the MAIN event! This episode tackles the main floor including the Kitchen, Sunroom and Great Room. Follow along as they completely transform this space into their dream home. Thanks to our friends at: Southbrook Cabinetry Cabinets and Installation by: www.southbrookcabinetry.com Dekton www.Dekton.ca Kitchen Countertops: Aura 15 Hunter Douglas Automatic Blinds Check out www.hunterdouglas.ca Progress Lighting Find all of the light fixtures at www.progresslighting.com Delta Canada All faucets at www.deltafaucet.ca and Brizo www.brizo.com Cabinet Hardware Liberty Hardware www.libertyhardware.com Tradescope Electrical Al Anderson www.tradescopeelectrical.com CDN Plumbling Cam Crosby www.cdnplumbing.ca Architect Duy Nguyen www.ncubeddesigns.com

3 no-sew DIYs to make any summer accessory Insta-worthy

Style expert, Julia Grieve, has the DIYs that only require glue to make any summer accessory pop!

Designer, Karen Sealy, takes you onto the renovation site of her home, and demonstrates why what's behind the walls is so integral to a redesign.

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