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before & after: leslie’s dining room + michael’s bath

by Grace Bonney



this colorful dining room/kitchen before & after comes from leslie huntley at roost interior design. leslie worked to makeover a 1906 bungalow in asheville, north caroline using a mix of family antiques and modern additions (and by taking down a wall to open up the kitchen). i love the clean, colorful look she created, and would be happy to cool in that kitchen any day. great work, leslie!

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CLICK HERE for michael’s bathroom makeover after the jump!


this next makeover comes from michael montanez at the desctop. michael decided to redo the guest bathroom of his california bungalow in long beach, california. the original bathroom had been treated to an 80’s redo and desperately needed a new look. so michael installed new gray glass subway tile (in a color called “fog”), new hardware, fixtures, and a new sink and tub. my favorite part of the makeover is the clean, simple tilework. the 80’s floor was replaced with a beautiful basket weave marble tile that gives the room a whole new look and feel. well done, michael!


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