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If you’ve been following our recent visits with General Assembly, you’ll be happy to see these before & after shots of the completed renovation. Sarah Zames did such a great job modernizing this Brownstone studio. Here’s a look at the old & the new!

After: Kitchen with new island, cabinetry, fixtures & even a chalk board!

After: View to open kitchen from living space.

Before: A view of the kitchen and a view looking toward the partitioned kitchen from the main living space.

After: Living space with new shelves, freshly pained walls & refinished floors.

Before: Living space.

After: Living / Sleeping space with new closet, shelving, sleeping nook, & Lulu!

Before: Living / Sleeping space.

All these awesome updates took less than 5 weeks! Great work!

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  1. Posted by geraldine denise kuss on December 11, 2012 | 6:50 pm

    It is definately an improvement, lovely BUT….
    I don´t really understand why the book shelves in the nook don´t fit snugly wall to wall? They are sort of stuck there with a space either side.

  2. Posted by parallel universe on December 11, 2012 | 9:10 pm

    Looks great! What an improvement. Where was the sofa purchased at?

  3. Posted by MarieRoxanne on December 14, 2012 | 9:18 am

    I like the idea of a separate bedroom area, but it’s still visible to the rest of the home, I would have invested in a Murphy bed, a bed that folds up in the wall.
    The book shelf near the bed is fine, but the one near the fireplace is messy looking and almost looks unfinished, almost like you ran out of wood.

  4. Posted by Julie on December 15, 2012 | 3:55 pm

    This looks really great! Love the ceiling height kitchen cabinets. So much more practical for that space!

  5. Posted by Michèle Gervais on December 16, 2012 | 3:51 pm

    The kitchen has improved but the living room had more charm before the “improvements”. The bookshelf looks infinished (I know MarieRoxanne said it before but I think exactly the same!, is a pain to the eye and makes the room looks crowded. The idea of putting a tv on a lovely fireplace is just… well, horrible!

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