It's Easier Being Green

These homeowners have renovated almost every room in their home except their very 1970s kitchen. They've called in designer Constance Ramos to help.

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Before: Pale Cabinets

The homeowners do love green, but not the avocado of this space. In addition, the pale color of the cabinets reflects the out-of-fashion green.

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