make mine a smaller cabinet, doors that slide all the way in on the sides, and when family comes, it can be for coffee maker, cereal bowls, toaster, cups, bowls, at lunch plates, sandwich fixings etc. AWAY from the space to need to prepare it all. Atticmag
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For an instant upgrade, Henderson recommends flooding the space with as much light—natural and artificial—as possible. “There is nothing worse than cooking in a dimly lit area,” Henderson says. “ | archdigest.com