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A remodel brings a couple closer together

“I can still picture her with that drum sander. Who else would do this with me?” Looking back, it seems that interior designer Gina Gutierrez and Max Maloney were destined to remodel together. After all, how many couples go to the paint store on one of their first dates? “We were having a nice time and talking about what was going on in our lives,” recalls Gutierrez, principal and founder of Gina Rachelle Design.
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