Melissa started with a terrific color sense and a fantastic collection of flea market finds. The apartment featured high ceilings, an exposed brick fireplace, and a bay window, but an awkward 1980s renovation had made the space feel cramped and cheap. An inexpensive kitchen and bath update, plus reworked traffic patterns, brought out the home’s genuine style. The kitchen’s deep palette and stone counters are a great compliment to the warmth of brick, and the open plan makes the space feel expansive.

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