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    Traditional Kitchen Ideas

    There's much more to traditional design than meets the eye. Explore the many elements that can fill your traditional kitchen with personality and updated style.
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    Pretty Vintage Dining Room Design by Desiree Ashworth - now that I'm going for wood-look porcelain tile - I love everything about this room.

    silver backsplash + stainless steel appliances

    We love this kitchen with white subway tile and farmhouse sink.

    Smart kitchen island measurements: If your kitchen is less than 8 feet wide and 12 feet long, don't even think about an island. You need 36 inches between the island's perimeter and cabinetry. For two cooks, you'll want an island at least 4 feet long and a little more than 2 feet deep. | Photo: Mark Luthringer |