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Before & After: A Tiny Brooklyn Kitchen Opens Up — Sweeten

(Image credit: Sweeten) Purchasing an apartment in New York is no small feat (financially or otherwise). Rima knew she wanted to renovate as soon as she bought her Brooklyn co-op, but was a bit hesitant about pulling the trigger. After four years of dreaming of a new kitchen, she finally worked up the guts (and the money!) to make a big change. READ MORE »
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