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This Edmonton Couple Transformed a City Cottage with Vintage Treasures

For Natalie Paquin and Graham Pangrass, purchasing a house was just the beginning of their journey. Built in 1949, the post-war home in Central Edmonton, near the main university area, needed more than a paint job. Natalie, a real estate agent, and Graham, who works for a luxury home builder, weren’t deterred. Their DIY sensibilities and love of vintage treasures helped them transform the house into a cozy city cottage. The renovations aren’t quite finished, but Natalie and Graham have created a warm, comfortable space for themselves, their cats, and their dogs.

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