Henry Widjaya
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With a move-in date that left no time for a major redo, CeCe opted for some “minimally invasive work” to cheer up the dreary and dated kitchen. Patterned linoleum tiles were laid on top of the existing green checkerboard floor, and a glossy coat of paint (Benjamin Moore’s Smokestack Gray) refreshed the cherrywood cabinets. Wood countertops are handsome and practical—and a small marble section (CeCe’s an avid baker) adds a luxe touch.

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