Living Small

There's always room for big ideas when living small.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe polished concrete countertops and a glass backsplash provide a clean, reflective quality that increases light and depth in the space.

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The living area, kitchen and dining room are all on the first floor. It was important to the couple to have a very streamlined kitchen – one that wouldn't interfere with the modern, clean-lined decor of the other rooms. The cabinets have no hardware and appliances are concealed behind a facade that blends in with the cabinets. Keeping the countertops clear helps them meld with the adjacent spaces. What's the point of hiding the refrigerator if you're just going to set out a toaster?
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