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t’s amazing what a difference one feature can make to a house. In this case it was two columns in the kitchen that the owners had lived with and found awkward for more than 15 years. So, when they embarked on an upgrade of their expansive Georgian-style home in Sydney’s eastern suburbs under the guidance of Alexandra Kidd of Alexandra Kidd Design, the columns were first to go. “When they renovated previously they had made some compromises that impacted the floor plan,” says Alexandra.

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