Lily Marston’s Cozy, Gray-Toned Living & Dining Room Makeover | OMG We're Coming Over | Mr. Kate - YoutubeRandom

Lily Marston’s Cozy, Gray-Toned Living & Dining Room Makeover | OMG We're Coming Over | Mr. Kate

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MORE MAKEOVERS! OMG WE'RE COMING OVER:
LAURDIY & ALEX WASSABI’S OFFICE: https://youtu.be/LvC8VzCcI88
ADELAINE MORIN’S BEDROOM: https://youtu.be/xsWO0dRf1p0
LIZA KOSHY’S OFFICE: https://youtu.be/PPg1gN_ey2o
LIZA KOSHY’S GUEST BEDROOM: https://youtu.be/O2snku5Iuyg
10K GIVEAWAY ROOM TRANSFORMATION: https://youtu.be/vCvFmuERE_I
ALISHA MARIE'S BEDROOM: https://youtu.be/CaW65WNpqSE
HOLY TRINITY OFFICE: https://youtu.be/eh5nMzwEHng
JESSIE PAEGE'S RAINBOW ROOM: https://youtu.be/ldKhxKXcgLQ
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Creative Credit:

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A Mr. Kate Production
Executive Producers: Kate Albrecht and Joey Zehr
Producer: Brandon Walowitz
Shot by: Chris Phelps and Marco Bottiglieri
Assistant Camera: Nick Miller
Art Department: Emily Banks, Tony Brown
Sound: Chris Cole
Edited by: Vianne Robitaille

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