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Before & After: Fire Island Porch





This vacation house was cluttered and neglected when the new owners moved in, but we turned to the power of paint and organization to whip it into shape. By creating two zones, one for dining and one for lounging, we opened up the space to create a logical flow. Minding the scale of the room, the dining table was custom made with reclaimed wood by the Sapienza Brothers Vintage Lumber Co. The dark wood paneling was making the space feel small and dated, so we used Benjamin Moore's French Canvas on the walls, Swiss Coffee on the ceiling, and Pratt & Lambert's Ancestral for the trim to brighten everything up. The result gave us a light and airy space perfect for dinner with friends and relaxing on a lazy summer day.

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