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Before & After: Smart Changes for a Very Awkward Kitchen

The kitchen in Meredith and Jason's Chelsea apartment, while much larger than your typical NYC apartment kitchen, still had its share of issues. Style-wise, it was stuck in the late '90s, with heavy mahogany cabinets that sucked the light from the room. A wall of cabinets partially blocked the light from the room's one window, while a slightly raised floor made for a tripping hazard.
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