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ffpalms

I’m glad clicked on Learn More to see the Before photos. It’s a remarkable difference. The built-in bench for shoes and jackets is a great addition to the whole, and makes it feel like a well loved home.

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Betsy McKinney

What a lovely kitchen. I especially like the awning window and the slab behind the stove. The colors, all the windows, and all of that beautiful wood make this a warm and serene space. I would go for this in my next life!!!!

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