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Simple lemons and limes in bowl on counter. We always do this. They look pretty and is easy to grab one to add to a glass of water!

The Barefoot Contessa, Ina Garten's kitchen in East Hampton....seriously, I mean really, I love this.

Drawers under kitchen sink. Why do I feel like American companies could do more, but could not care less?

15. Consider sink inserts like Kohler's drying rack and cutting board. 16. Even the tallest pasta pot can fit under Kohler's HiRise faucet.

Farmer sink! Ah love it! And copper is naturally antibacterial and easy to care for!

Fabulous! The stunning, unfitted kitchen includes traditional country elements like an apron sink and open storage, mixed with modern charcoal grey cabinets, stainless steel accents and honed CaesarStone countertops. Source: House & Home April 2010 issue Products: CaesarStone counter, Ciot; cabinets, Michael Black; dishwasher, Sub-Zero; pendant light and sink, Elte;...

House Beautiful // Ina Garten refined and updated her famous East Hampton country kitchen for the 2009 Kitchen of the Year in Rockefeller Center // Photo by: Julian Wass