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Before & After: From Cherry Wood Beast to Mind-Blowing Beauty

This unremarkable "cherry wood cave with black plastic counter tops" in the suburbs of Chicago was transformed into a dreamy kitchen, full of personality and luxurious finishes. The homeowner spent months searching for the perfect interior designer, someone who would bring authenticity to the project, and the wait was clearly well worth it. A note: before you get too jealous of the fabulou
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