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Open Shelving For a low-cost, high-style backdrop for showcasing your pottery and dishes, consider replacing wall cabinets with shelves. The open wall draws the eye upward, stretching the visual dimensions of a small kitchen. Paint the wall or beaded board an accent color to make the shelving and dishware stand out. Cottages Kitchens, Kitchens Shelves, Open Shelves, Blue Wall, Small Kitchens, Kitchens Ideas, Green Kitchens, White Cabinets, Open Shelving
Kitchen Floor Stencil - might need to try this and I love this kitchen, from the lighting to the sink faucet to the colors, the market sign, the counter top, sink tub. LOVE this kitchen.
Open shelving makes a kitchen feel larger. Kate of Centsational Style shows readers seven ways to add open shelving: www.bhg.com/...
Classic good looks and a casual vibe are central to this kitchen! Find more looks here: www.bhg.com/...
White Cabinets, black or gray counters, and maybe a lighter green than we've got currently. Love the character of these shelves.
Hanging Pot Rack :: A simple wrought-iron pot rack keeps oversize pots and pans within reach of this kitchen’s main work zone. Hanging these large items from the ceiling frees up cabinet space in a small kitchen. The pots and pans also contribute to the cozy, lived-in character of the room. | via BHG
Make Space -- For a #smallkitchen, it's important to maximize the area you have. This 9x9-foot kitchen takes full advantage of its small square footage by using open shelving on once-bare walls, creating a nook under the home's stairs to tuck the refrigerator into, and turning the refrigerator's former corner location into a much-needed pantry.
Vintage-Chic Cottage? Idk, but I like! I like all the pics in this slideshow from Better Homes and Gardens.
Open Shelving with Tiffany Blue walls...very classy Shelf Solutions - use 1/2" pine boards with 1 1/2" pieces of flat stock pine attached to the front of each shelf giving the illusion of hefty (and pricey) shelving. Open shelves help make this galley kitchen seem larger and are a great way to store kitchen essentials. -- this would look cute in my dining room!
Oversize diamonds painted on this floor create diagonal lines that give the eye a longer path to follow from one side of the room to the other, so the room feels wider than it really is. Combine this technique with low-contrast colors for big results in a small kitchen.