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Vinita Kunnath added this to 15 Small Kitchens That Make the Most of Less Space12 July 2019

14. Where: MaineWhitten ArchitectsThe kitchen allows the shelf to run right across the window to get a few precious more inches of storage. The vertical lines of the wall panels and floor boost the perception of height, making the area look wider than it actually is.

Laura Gaskill added this to What Goes Best With Wooden Kitchen Cabinets?7 February 2019

Blue walls, black slate countersNickel-gap wallboards are painted blue in this charming cottage kitchen. Heart pine floors and simple white knobs are homey; the black slate sink and counters keep the look crisp and sophisticated. Blue walls, from pale sky blue to greyish blue, work well with mid-tone wood cabinets. For dark wood cabinets, go with either a very soft blue or a very rich blue on the walls.Wondering how to pick the right shade of blue?

Jennifer Ott Design added this to Kitchen FAQs: What's the Right Sink Material?25 December 2017

Natural stoneIf you are putting in natural stone countertops, such as beautiful soapstone, think about installing a sink to match. Some stones are susceptible to stains, though, so get a sample of the stone you are considering and test it out to make sure you are happy with how it stands up to staining. Soapstone is fairly stain resistant, but it is a softer stone, so you either need to be careful with it or be okay with it developing a patina over time.Here’s how to find the right stone tile for your home

Lisa Frederick added this to Want to Make Your Small Kitchen Feel Bigger?27 November 2017

9. Direct the eye upwardChoose patterns and visual elements that help to guide the gaze toward the ceiling. The vertical lines of the wall and ceiling boards in this kitchen lend the impression of greater height.

Kate Burt added this to 99 Genius Tips for Your Small Kitchen3 October 2016

19 Frame itJust as pans can be hung successfully across the middle of a window, so too can shelves be erected. Continuing them out along a wide expanse of wall, as here, stops them looking bitty (and packs in even more storage!).

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Courtney Twiss added this to Tourist Homesyesterday

Shelf across window-plate dryer?