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January 21, 2014
From a lakeside retreat in northwestern Michigan to a sustainably built home in northern California, here are 7 sleek and smart kitchen renovations.
Brooklyn renovation interior kitchen

A couple gets their hands dirty in Brooklyn by rehabilitating a 19th-century tenement to reveal decades of layers and scores of possibilities. Photo by Paul Barbera.

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Originally appeared in A Brooklyn Couple Rehabilitate a 19th-Century Duplex
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San Francisco kitchen renovation

In a San Francisco kitchen, a sleek series of custom cabinets camouflages an armada of professional features. Photo by Joseph Dominguez.

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Originally appeared in How to Design with White
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For their lakeside retreat in northwestern Michigan, Keith and Mary Campbell renovated a 1970s ranch house to include a spacious kitchen-dining room. Photo by Raimund Koch.

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Originally appeared in A Ranch House Kitchen Renovation
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natural building materials interior

Alternative materials help a house in California’s wine country tread lightly on the land. Photo by Drew Kelly.

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Originally appeared in How to Design with Green
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belgian renovation interior kitchen

By introducing chic new elements, a Belgian couple takes a gentle approach to transforming a tired house into a vibrant workshop. Photo by Tim Van de Velde.

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Originally appeared in A Clever Belgian Couple Renovate Their Aging Brick Home
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hudson valley river renovation

Seeking an escape from bustling city life, a Manhattan couple embarks on a renovation in the verdant Hudson Valley. Photo by Jon Snyder.

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Originally appeared in A Midcentury Modern Renovation in Hudson Valley
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Kitchen with custom fabricated cabinetry.

American history lives on in a family’s Tribeca, New York, loft after a renovation by a couple of enterprising architects. Photo by João Canziani.

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Brooklyn renovation interior kitchen

A couple gets their hands dirty in Brooklyn by rehabilitating a 19th-century tenement to reveal decades of layers and scores of possibilities. Photo by Paul Barbera.

Photo by Paul Barbera.

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