Stylish Abodes

Style doesn't have to take up a lot of floor space. Learn how these urban dwellers use geometric innovations to fit more into less square footage.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionUnder-the-counter appliances free up more counter space in this small kitchen.
When they first moved into the apartment, a bulky refrigerator dominated the small kitchen. Roe did some research and found two under-the-counter units: one a refrigerator, the other a freezer. In small kitchens, counter space is a valuable commodity. Keep everything up off the counters to make the area more functional and spacious. These homeowners use a metal drying rack that hangs from the cabinets and folds up against the wall when not in use.
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