By Flavie Georgine. Kitchen Design. Published at Monday, March 12th, 2018 - 11:04:50 AM.
If you need to pack people in, opt for a pedestal table. This type of table is able to accommodate more chairs since there are no corner legs to get in the way. From modern tulip-styles to traditional wood center tables, there’s a pedestal table to fit any kitchen design.
If those bulky pots and pans are taking up valuable storage space, try hanging them from a rack to create a culinary centerpiece (and free up room in your cabinets for other essentials).
Galley kitchens have a tendency to feel cavelike, but removing the upper cabinetry and replacing it with shelving can help open the space up. Limit tall storage to the pantry area, where you can keep bulky items that you don’t use frequently, rather than on the counter.
Open shelves can store plates and glasses, but you can also take advantage of the empty ledges by displaying interesting objects or colorful art. Try mixing cookbooks, kitchen supplies, and decorative objects for a practical yet stylish arrangement.
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