Cooking up a Kitchen in Miniature
From the Wall St. Journal's OWN magazine
In an age of McMansions, where kitchens the size of houses leap over granite counters to gobble up great rooms (no wonder we're pudgy,) small kitchens are enjoying a renaissance. And we mean small.
Frequently used as accessory kitchens in basements, master bedrooms and guest quarters, petite facilities that feature minimal cooking and cooling capabilities are also enjoying a vogue in small apartments, where such needs are minimal and entertaining space is at a premium.
What's out there will suit anyone's style from fanciful to fantastic.
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