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Before & After: From Blank Wall to Beautiful Built-Ins

(Image credit: Becky at Daly Digs )

A big blank wall. It could easily be a source of inspiration or anxiety. For Becky, it was inspiration first, contractor-related anxiety second. She seized the opportunity to use her large amount of blank space as an opportunity to go above and beyond a standard media center and add some built-in charm to her living room. The results are a stunning nod to farmhouse style, will remaining understatedly chic.

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Posted on Sep 19, 2017

Before & After: A Tiny, Crumbling New York Kitchen Goes Classic — Sweeten

When Emily went looking for an apartment in New York, she wanted a place with vintage charm, like the beautifully detailed old buildings she had seen while living and studying in Normandy. Instead, she found the next best thing, a fixer-upper apartment in a 1940s building, whose tiny kitchen and bathroom were badly in need of updating (and a little classic character).

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Posted on Sep 18, 2017

Before and After: An Abandoned Living and Dining Room’s Total Turn Around

When Fernando and Maximiliano bought a classic house in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of La Boca, the building had been abandoned for years and every room was begging to be renovated. With a very minimal budget they decided to redo every room themselves.

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Posted on Sep 18, 2017

Before & After: An IKEA Clearance Sofa Becomes a Millennial-Pink Dream

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Krys’s DIY project is almost too internet friendly too be true. An IKEA hack? That’s millennial pink? All for the low cost of $300? Think of all the extra money she saved for avocado toasts and Netflix subscriptions and other things millennials enjoy! In all seriousness, Krys’s project is majorly cool, relatively inexpensive and after a bit of trial and error, pretty easy.

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Posted on Sep 18, 2017

Before & After: A Bright & Modern Update for a NYC Apartment — A Bright & Modern Update for a NYC Apartment

When your work involves promoting an array of new and vintage designer furniture from showrooms, brands and private collections, it’s safe to say that you’re surrounded by decor inspiration every day. That’s precisely the case for Tamara Rosenthal, the Vice President of Marketing for the designer furniture consignment site Viyet, when she set out to renovate the 1,700-square-foot Upper East Side apartment her family calls home.

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Posted on Sep 17, 2017

Before & After: A Love of Cooking and a Lack of Counter Space Lead to a Kitchen Reno

Carleen’s kitchen didn’t offer much in the way of counter space but it did provide her with lots of poorly laid green tile, which, shockingly enough, wasn’t much consolation. She decided that she’d had enough and set about renovating her kitchen. A mix of professional help, a handy husband and some smart IKEA finds help her put together a chic new kitchen with plenty more counter space to boot.

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Posted on Sep 15, 2017

A Teacher-Turned-Designer Furnishes a Playroom for Her Kids — Professional Project

Project by: Alana Chernecki of Brillante
Location: East St. Paul, Manitoba, Canada

Alana, a school teacher turned interior designer, blended both of her realms of knowledge in creating a playroom for her daughters. A mix of style and pedagogy, the space is designed to foster creativity and imaginative play, while still looking sleek and age-appropriate.

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Posted on Sep 14, 2017

Before & After: Finding Space for a Third Bedroom, Beautifully — Sweeten

Buying an apartment in New York often involves a level of compromise. When Deeksha and Joe moved from D.C. to New York, along with their three-month-old son, their dream was to find a three-bedroom apartment. Reality was a spacious apartment in Washington Heights, with gorgeous views of the river — and only two bedrooms. But in the apartment’s L-shaped living room, they saw an opportunity.

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Posted on Sep 12, 2017

Before and After: A Dark Maroon Living Room’s Bright Awakening

Despite the fact that every room in this house was dark and the living room was a deep, almost-brown maroon color, Andrea (a fashion blogger over at Blonde Bedhead ) could see this home’s potential. A bold move, considering this is her first house! “I was your typical millennial, avoiding home ownership for years, choosing the mobile life of apartment rentals. I moved away from Michigan briefly to work in Chicago and while it took a few years to realize, I love this state and my community — and have no desire to move,” wrote Andrea in her house tour . The first thing this millennial did after closing? Paint. Now…this living room’s future looks bright!

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Posted on Sep 12, 2017

Before & After: A Big, Blank Backyard Gets Decked Out With a Deck (and Much More)

Bethany lived through one of the in-the-middle-of-a-huge-project-fears that keeps renovators up at night, one of her contractors ghosted on her! Ever the intrepid and resilient DIYer she spent the time scouring for deals on patio furniture, planning even more DIY projects and finding folks who could actually come through on the project. The result is a backyard that makes the most of a generous amount of space, creating a very chill and welcoming vibe.

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Posted on Sep 11, 2017

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