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COURTESY CHUEN YEE Interior walls and flat ceilings were removed during the remodeling of this St. Louis Heights home, creating a sense of spaciousness inside while also inviting visitors to look out and enjoy the panoramic view of downtown
COURTESY CHUEN YEE Bargain shopping makes a luxurious home makeover more affordable.
COURTESY CHUEN YEE The original structure had dark, small rooms that didn't take advantage of the view.
COURTESY CHUEN YEE A bioethanol-fueled fireplace adds color and liveliness to the television nook, but doesn't bake the screen.
COURTESY CHUEN YEE The spacious master bathroom has hotel-standard accents, including an electronic window shade that lets you enjoy the view while bathing.
COURTESY CHUEN YEE The rectangular shape of the kitchen cabinets and countertops is accentuated by tile backsplash that designer Chuen Yee found online.