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Kitchen & Pantry

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1. Create a netural backdrop. Creamy white-painted walls and whitewashed plywood floors (topped with three coats of polyurethane) make the small space feel more expansive. Bonus: The floors were thousands of dollars cheaper than stained hardwood flooring. Plus, a salvaged window frame filters light without fussy curtains, while track lighting illuminates the whole room but takes up very little space. 2. Hang (reclaimed) open shelves. A country favorite gets a twist with vintage, non-matching shelves hung on a single wall. Selected for practicality (they're just the right height and depth for Fifi's most-used glasses and dishes), they also add a dose of humble charm. 3. Hide eyesores with a space-saving skirt. Instead of cabinets, Fifi installed a plywood framework and skirted the fronts with burlap to stylishly conceal utilitarian pots and pans. Skipping cabinet doors with swings also created space for a console-turned-island. -

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1. Butcher-block countertops: Dave preps food right on the 3-inch-thick European beech wood (reclaimed from a cargo ship), thereby eliminating the need for cutting boards. 2. Two-toned walls: Designer Kami Gray picked a cool scheme of black (yes, black) and gray to make the wood look even more inviting.

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3. Double-basin sink: Dave skipped a dishwasher and opted for this 1953 farm-house sink (that can handle a lot of dirty dishes) and more under-counter space. An old soda crate corrals cleaning supplies under the sink. 4. Reclaimed drawers: Made out of antique leaded glass cabinet doors, they put their contents on display, cutting down on time spent digging through them."The fact that we renovated the whole space using salvaged stuff makes this kitchen country," says Dave. "Finding new uses ...

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8. Barn wood shelves: Rough cut Douglas fir boards installed right across the vent hood ductwork make storage out of what would have been wasted space. (Shelves: salvageworks for price info.)

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9. Recycled finds: Galvanized buckets, an old wire basket, and antique tins bring vintage charm to Dave's modern-day recycling station. Stackable metal chairs brighten up his breakfast nook with a touch of barn red. (Tabouret Stacking Chairs: from $199 for four; RELATED: 9 Ways to Refresh Your Country Kitchen

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