Kansas City designer Anne Epstein recently renovated a fixer-upper home for her family of five. She bumped the ceiling up into unused attic space, covered a wall in shiplap, accentuated the fireplace with hand-painted tiles and used a piece of reclaimed wood as the mantel.
Kansas City designer Anne Epstein recently renovated a fixer-upper home for her family of five. She bumped the ceiling up into unused attic space, covered a wall in shiplap, accentuated the fireplace with hand-painted tiles and used a piece of reclaimed wood as the mantel. Mary Carol Garrity Tribune News Service
Kansas City designer Anne Epstein recently renovated a fixer-upper home for her family of five. She bumped the ceiling up into unused attic space, covered a wall in shiplap, accentuated the fireplace with hand-painted tiles and used a piece of reclaimed wood as the mantel. Mary Carol Garrity Tribune News Service

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