September 2013
Coastal Living;Sep2013 Special Issue, p104
The article discusses the remodeling of a North Carolina home which was converted into a spacious and bright space despite its small floor area. The home was restyled with white paint, omitted blinds and sliding barn-style doors. The porch was made into an indoor room, extending the living space outside it. The bulky upper cabinets located in the kitchen and butler's pantry were replaced with open shelving.


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