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Keeping necessities on display and within reach is the ideal situation for a small kitchen space. (by Jacqueline deMontravel; photo by Mark Tanner)
Beautiful kitchenware should also be used. Large jars can serve as vases and platters and bowls make perfect serving dishes. (by Jacqueline deMontravel; photo by Mark Tanner)
Blue and white is a classic kitchen color scheme. (by Jacqueline deMontravel; photo by Mark Tanner)
Use the real estate you do have in your kitchen. The beamed ceilings and skylight make this kitchen appear larger than it really is. (by Jacqueline deMontravel; photo by Mark Tanner)
Lighting from windows, skylights and drop lamps create the feeling of more space. (by Jacqueline deMontravel; photo by Mark Tanner)
A light, primary color scheme woven with accent shades from accessories or appliances can make a small kitchen appear larger. (by Jacqueline deMontravel; photo by Mark Tanner)
Useful items also make great accent pieces. These lovingly used utensils augment the Americana feel of this small-space kitchen. (by Jacqueline deMontravel; photo by Mark Tanner)
Set out bowls of fruit and food for sensible eating and design. (by Jacqueline deMontravel; photo by Mark Tanner)
Use what you have. Open shelving is a great way to combine style and function. (by Jacqueline deMontravel; photo by Jaimee Itagaki)
Hang pots, colanders and pans from above to save counter space. (by Jacqueline deMontravel; photo by Jaimee Itagaki)