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Petite 1950s Home Went from Forgettable to Fabulous

Everything about this petite 50s home has been turned on its head. From new gables that dramatically transformed the front elevation to a floor-plan redesign that made full use of the interior, you’re going to want to see this before and after.

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Photo: Laurey Glenn. From: River Brook Design.

Large Pendant Lights Above Marble-Topped Island in White Transitional Kitchen

A bright white palette really opens up this transitional kitchen and bounces light around the space. Barstools at the island serve as a casual dining spot with oversized white-and-gold pendant lights keeping the island well-lit. The island’s marble countertop is echoed in the range’s backsplash. Hardwood floors add warmth to the room’s style.

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Before: Home’s Front Facade Lacks Personality

Before being renovated, this home practically faded into its surroundings thanks to a drab brick front exterior.

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Photo: Laurey Glenn. From: River Brook Design.

White Traditional Home With Three Gables

Three gables give this white traditional home a distinct look while visually elevating the front facade. A new covered front porch provides protection from the elements while a gas lamp keeps the area well-lit. Landscaping and hardscaping complement the home’s style while beautifying the grounds.

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Before: Dark Hallway Leads to Nonexistent Foyer

Prior to being renovated, this house lacked a foyer so the front door opened into a dark, dreary hallway instead.

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