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Dizzying Streeterville Kitchen Ditches Magic Eye Wallpaper

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Everyone has different tastes, and generally this is reflected in how different homes can look. Some folks like minimal aesthetics with classic mid-century furniture, others prefer that their homes are filled to the gills with the remains of deceased animals. Sometimes we feature homes that are odd, unique or particularly hideous, and sometimes Curbed readers buy these homes and give them a completely new look. A reader who purchased a Streeterville pad with a dizzying kitchen recently reached out to let us know that she had remodeled the kitchen, and ditched the Magic Eye-patterned wallpaper,

As the owner and designer of the new kitchen pictured below , I thought you might be interested to see the transformation of the "hideous". As a Curbed devotee I am always curious! AFTER:

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·Dizzying Streeterville Kitchen Recalls Magic Eye Patterns [Curbed Chicago]