Stunning KitchenStunning Kitchen

If you're limited on space and storage in your L‐shaped kitchen adding a pot rack frees up space in a base cabinet. In its grandest expression the L‐shaped kitchen has a large island main sink on one wall range on the other and prep sink in the island. This creates at least two overlapping work triangles allowing for multiple cooks to work at the same time. Guest seating at the island creates a "kitchen as theater" feel. Even in some smaller spaces you can fit a L‐shaped kitchen small island and prep sink. No seating at this island but I'm sure having that extra sink more than makes up for it in the cook's eyes!

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Lovely KitchenLovely Kitchen

Organize inside. It may sound like a no‐brainer but often what makes a kitchen big or small organized is how we arrange the insides of our cupboards. Shelf and drawer dividers hooks racks and other storage devices are key to keeping order. Consider what works for you and go custom if you can. Are you a Mason jar and Tupperware kind of person? Do you prefer mugs on hooks shelves or in drawers? Storage is often about personal preference. Here the slim slots for chopping boards and placemats are a brilliant idea as is the slim pullout spice rack.

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Beautiful KitchenBeautiful Kitchen

Copper Kitchen Counters. It certainly isn't common but a copper countertop is surprisingly easy to clean and maintain. However it's not for perfectionists – since it's a "living" surface it reacts to different substances creating a blend of matte reds browns and greens. But for those who love the look the minimum $100‐per‐square‐foot cost is worth it.

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Traditional KitchenTraditional Kitchen

Recycled Paper‐Based Kitchen Counters. Recycled paper sounds like the worst possible material for a kitchen countertop but this ecofriendly choice has surprising durability. When blended with resins and pigments it has the look and feel of soapstone – but at $40 to $80 per square foot installed it's a fraction of the cost.

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Traditional Dining roomTraditional Dining room

Softly Modern. If you want to spice up your dining area with modern style furniture but want a softer look than some styles provide there are several ways to satisfy your desire. You could choose an oval glass tabletop for a softer focal point. Modern chairs with a curved design would also help you achieve the design you are striving for. You could place a beautiful rug in a cinnamon nutmeg or paprika color under the glass table to add visual warmth to the room.

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Traditional BedroomTraditional Bedroom

Fortunately there are plenty of ways with the help of which you can turn your bedroom into a sleep-friendly zone. Here's how you can indulge yourself into a relaxing mode after a tiresome day!

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Traditional BathroomTraditional Bathroom

Fantasy. Daring to be anything more than conventional the fantasy bathroom design lets you be truly innovative with your fantasies and tastes. With the emphasis on futuristic this style of bathroom is the antithesis of the traditionalist.

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Transitional BathroomTransitional Bathroom

As well as the furniture wall-hung sanitary ware is a great space-saving solution while giving the bathroom a contemporary feel. Also concealed cistern units are a more eye-pleasing look than the standard close-coupled toilet.

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Modern Living roomModern Living room

If you are working with a large space and want to create different areas segment the room by using lounges and other large pieces of furniture as subtle divers.

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Modern KitchenModern Kitchen

Ecofriendly Kitchen Counters. A little research is really all that's required today to make your new kitchen ecofriendly. The wide variety of material styles and costs – from salvaged wood to Bio‐Glass to bamboo (shown in this photo) – means you can find just the right green countertop material for your home.

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