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Cottage Style #Kitchen | Buttery-beige walls are a nice complement to the slate green cabinets. The pairing makes the entire kitchen feel warm and cozy.

Located next to the range, the working end of this kitchen island is capped with a thick wooden counter made of aged walnut and a small prep sink. Three Hubbardton Forge pendants illuminate the seating portion of the island, which features a light finish that contrasts the dark perimeter cabinetry. | from Best Kitchen Before and Afters 2011

Decorate with Green | Nothing adds vintage, cottage appeal to a space like beaded board. Pair with warm wood, dusty green, and crisp white to complete the look. |

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11 Ways to Improve Your Home's Air Quality - as my allergies are in full force, this may be worth reading right now.

Casual Entertaining #Kitchen | In the kitchen, a large T-shaped island provides a prep area for cooking and a casual dining surface surrounded by stools. This separate space allows partygoers to get drinks without crowding the cook.

Sarah Richardson Sarah designed the large kitchen to be functional and family-friendly, but not too sleek for a century-old home. Vintage details, such as the salvaged corbels supporting the open shelving, preserve the kitchen's old-fashioned feel and add a hint of sunny yellow to the space.

instead of file drawers under the sewing table in the studio?

Built-In #Kitchen Seating | Perfectly proportioned, this is a cook's kitchen with no wasted space. Constructed of rich wood to resemble a table with sufficient overhang on three sides, the island negates the need for a separate breakfast room.

Love the brick archway - Salvage Kitchen The builder used aged cypress, salvaged from an old mill, to construct the kitchen cabinets and for facing some of the appliances, such as the icemaker and refrigerator. The reclaimed wood was cut, planed, and then made into cabinetry. A light finish lets the natural grain remain visible.