10 Tricks to Wake Up a Kitchen

HGTV Design Star champ Meg Caswell wowed the judges with her eye for punchy colors and patterns. HGTV Magazine took a look at her latest project: turning this yawn of a kitchen into a bright-eyed space.

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After: Much Smarter Space Planning

Meg didn’t tear out a single wall, but it sure feels like she did! By lining everything up on two facing walls, the layout is a lot less cramped. Meg’s tip: “Countertops on opposite walls shouldn’t be more than eight feet apart,” she says. “Any wider and you’ll want an island in between them.”

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