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Mina Starsiak and Karen E Laine work with homeowners to customize small areas of the home.

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Mina and Karen give Patrick and Drew's eat-in kitchen a simple but dramatic makeover with new lighting and custom wallpaper.
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Mina and Karen give Andrea and Cameron Webb a modernized and more functional mudroom and laundry space that features new storage solutions for their growing family.
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Mina and Karen turn a couple's music room into a creative space full of energy, color, guitar storage and extra seating.
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Mina and Karen transform a messy mudroom into a functional space for a growing family.
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Mina and Karen transform Finley and Mitch's cluttered office into a more functional and stylized space for Mitch to get his masters.

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