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Laurel Ennis

except for #5, I had trouble deciding if the pictures were a "before" shot and was surprised they weren't. Didn't care for them.

   
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Mariele Storm

Honestly, this all looks very... 2010s MCM to me, not at all midcentury. Not particularly appealing in my opinion, but these people are doing what works for them. Love the original tile countertop in #6! Could easily be original '30s or redone in the '50s because as we all know, '40s countertops were black, black, and more black! ;)

   
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Thank you for sharing! So much inspiration in this article!

   

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