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BEFORE: Tiny 1970s Kitchen

This 1970s-era kitchen begged for a total gut rehab. The room measured a tiny 132 square feet and featured tacky almond Formica countertops and matching ancient appliances.

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Kitchen: Cindy Barshop's New York City Apartment

Cindy says her twins keep her home life happy and inspiring. "Before that, I still lived in the same place. My kids just weren't there and it did nothing for me," she says. "It's so fun and bright compared to the way it used to be."

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Photo By: Christopher Lane

BEFORE: Snooze of a Kitchen

Everything about this featureless kitchen, from the cabinets to the countertop, is entirely forgettable.

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BEFORE: Dated Kitchen With Awkward Layout

The preexisting kitchen suffered from an odd layout, where additional storage was located on the other side of a wall that ran parallel down the center of the room. The upper cabinets created a claustrophobic feel in the narrow space, while the monochromatic color palette looked bland.

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BEFORE: Cramped U-Shaped Kitchen

The former kitchen was a cramped U-shape. The lack of space contributed to difficult traffic flow. In addition, there was little function to this ill-formed kitchen.

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Photo By: Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath

Retro Realness

Kitchens are everyone’s favorite gathering spot, and this house is no different. It’s full of personality and retro chic to boot. Mint green is rapidly becoming my personal fave for kitchen applications and I really love using artwork in kitchens too. Not only do the Stansells have two Jeff Guy portraits displayed on the windowsill, they’ve layered them with pieces that their children have created. Micah and Whitney are really conscious of continuity in their home’s design: the color teal is represented again on the kitchen island and the breadbox. Besides the nostalgic range and mixer, the counters are 4x4 tiles as opposed to one solid surface and were recently restored by Micah himself.

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Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

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Updated, Open Kitchen

As seen on Fixer Upper, the kitchen went from plain, white and ordinary to dramatic and inviting.

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