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Eagle Trace living room:

Contemporary furniture, pillows, greenery and an area rug emphasize two powerful architectural details of this South Florida living room -- the fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows. Another trick for creating an inviting space: patio furniture on the pool deck with 4-inch cushions in complementary hues.
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Coventry model living room:

This living/dining area is spacious, but without furniture, the buyer can’t readily determine functionality and traffic flow. Rattan seating, an attractive chandelier, ceiling fans and window treatments help this unit feel more like home.

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Meadow Run kitchen:

These pickled oak cabinets get quite facelift with medium brown stain that not only warms up the kitchen but makes the granite counters pop.
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West Boca front hallway:

Sometimes a house is so dated that you have to start over to bring it up to market value. New tile and leaded-glass entryway create a wonderful first impression in this Boca Raton home.
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West Boca dining:

The tile is extended into the dining room and is accented with rich tones of gold, yellow and rust. Coordinating chair covers and table setting complete the look.

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West Boca living room

Continuing the tile and warm yellow wall paint into the living room and kitchen dining area ties the space to the rest of the first floor.
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West Boca kitchen :

Talk about a makeover! Stainless steel appliances, granite counters and dark wood cabinets do wonders for this kitchen. Instead of a traditional table, the designers chose a pub-style set.