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  • Kitchen

    Inexpensive updates--white paint, big-box cabinetry, subway tile, butcher-block counter tops--lightened up this once gloomy kitchen. An antique bakery table-turned-island offers extra prep space and storage.

    Before

    A faux-brick backsplash, dark cabinets, and formica counters left the space feeling cramped and outdated. Hardwood floors hid beneath the linoleum.
    Photos: Max Kim-Bee

  • Living Room

    Classic Americana gains a rock 'n' roll edge in the home's common area. A JKF campaign poster faces off against a gilded federal mirror while leather club chairs complement a coffee table made from a warehouse pallet.

    Before

    The homeowner installed beadboard on the ceiling to
    echo the restored walls. By jettisoning cabinet doors beneath
    the window seat, they created a clever spot to stash logs for the
    new woodstove.
    Photos: Max Kim-Bee

  • Master Bedroom

    Rather than rely on a traditional headboard, the homeowners lined the wall behind the bed with reclaimed oak. Graphic linens and cozy sheepskin add warmth to the sleeping space.

    Before

    A dropped ceiling and candy-striped wallpaper were ripped out to expose white pine planks.
    Photos: Max-Kim Bee

  • Bathroom
    Before

    Bathroom

    Vintage-inspired shower hardware echos the tub's antique appeal. A built-in ledge, hanging basket, and industrial stool create storage without cluttering the area.

    Before

    Gutting the second-story crawl space enabled thehomeowners to enlarge the master bathroom, now appointed with a double shower and tub. Widening the window made way for more natural light.
    Photos: Max Kim-Bee

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