Making the Most of Kitchens

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Rizzoli International Publications, 1997 - Architecture - 80 pages
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Making the Most of Kitchens is a source of practical and decorative ideas for building, remodeling, or simply rearranging the kitchen. Over eighty-five photographs offer the best ideas in storage for food and tableware; accents for kitchen windows, cabinetry, countertop, and table that are attractive and usable; safe options for floor covering, cutlery, and stove top. Selection of equipment, appliances, and lighting is covered, with advice on getting what you really need and fitting it into a functional kitchen scheme. Advantages and disadvantages of eat-in kitchens are discussed, and there is a chapter on small kitchens that explores the potential of the tiniest spaces, including a look at innovative space-saving appliances.

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CONTENTS
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STYLE
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FITTINGS AND FURNITURE
37
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Gilly Love is a journalist and stylist who was at one time the Home Editor of the "Sunday Express Magazine" in England. She writes regularly for leading home interest magazines, such as "Ideal Home" and "Homes & Gardens," in Britain.

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