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Creating a Dining Room in Brooklyn
Sheilaja and Sergio knocked down two large closets in their original narrow entryway to create this beautiful, open dining room. 🤩 See how this family maximized the space of their 1,100-square-foot co-op in Brooklyn to create this beautiful, open dining room! Renovated with Sweeten ✨
Built-In Dining Storage
Built-in storage galore! 🤩 These renovators added built-ins around the dining nook and under the seating bench to create additional storage space. What a cozy and functional space!
A Patio Converts into a Dining Room Extension
An old, unused patio becomes an extension of the kitchen and dining space, with added skylights in the new ceiling to bring in more light. We love it when renovators transform unused spaces into functional spaces like this ❤️
A one-bedroom apartment converts into an open-concept living space
A two-family home combines into one to become the ultimate parents-and-kids pad. The first floor, which had been a one-bedroom apartment, was configured to be an open-concept living room, dining area, and kitchen. Swipe to see the before ➡️
Renovation Uncovers Hidden Gem
Can you believe this giant Tiffany stained-glass window was completely covered up? Hoping to find a window in the back extension room of their Brooklyn brownstone, these renovators took down an old 1970s bookcase and voila, there it was!
Replacing Noisy and Uneven Floors
For these renovators, replacing the old wood floors was a priority before moving in. With the help of a Sweeten GC, they were able to add soundproofing and level most of their uneven floors. They opted for red oak to add warmth to the space. “The floors are much more beautiful and practical than the original ones we started with”, Katie shared.
Extended Kitchen Counter Bar
This renovator extended the kitchen counter along the wall to include an eat-in perch and two chairs. Rather than backsplash tiles, Rashmi chose a bold blue semi-gloss paint for ease of cleaning and stark contrast against the cabinets 💙
A Dining Room Shines with Natural Light
Remodeling for a new life chapter, these renovators decided to give their apartment a refresh after 30 years. The goal was to enhance the natural lighting in the home, which included adding lighting, refinishing the floors and swapping the color palette. Swipe for the before & visit the link in our bio style and material details!
Ranch Style Dining Room
Making a home feel larger with the same square footage can be a daunting task but @jaimeraynewman4real made it possible by reimagining and reconfiguring her living space to accommodate her growing family of four. “The house is unique, but warm and inviting, a family compound and a comfortable respite”, she shared.
A Duplex Finds the Light for First-time Renovators
Second only to circles, we think square tables might be the greatest equalizers (in terms of a supper spread and entire family having equal access to dipping sauces). See how this bright, bead-boarded nook came to life and the very 1970s kitchen that preceded it! 😍