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HU-84322522955 added this to kitchens28 June 2019

This might be too massive for our space, but maybe not. I like the idea of a countertop with stepped back storage above, some open and some closed, maybe with opaque glass.

Maggie Owens added this to Pro Spotlight: Change Your Layout for an All-New Kitchen20 July 2016

1. Tear Down WallsConsider an open floor plan to optimize your square footage. “Having too many walls creates a choppy space,” Tracey says, and removing those walls will maximize your space. “Unless you have a palatial home, a formal dining room you use twice a year probably isn’t the best use of the space.”Ramsey homeowners had relocated from Arizona and wanted an open floor plan. “These Colonials on the East Coast aren’t built like that,” Tracey says. “We had to tear down walls to create a layout they could live in.” She designed an open area with a kitchen, a dining area, a living room and even space for a pool table: “Who wants to play pool in a basement, anyway?” See more of this project

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