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When you have minimal square footage to work with, our small kitchen ideas can help you maximize your space. Every detail is important, from the countertops to the appliances when you're working in a limited space. Even the tiniest kitchen can be attractive and functional if you keep scale and efficiency in mind. Color and lighting also play important roles in creating an inviting kitchen for both food prep and socializing.
Even though rustic design is very focused on natural elements, that doesn't mean you're limited to a neutral color palette. Use those dark woods to harken back to nature, but don't be afraid to use other colors like these blues in your rustic design. If you feel like that doesn't call back to rustic style enough, look at your hardware; using metals like brushed bronze and copper is another key component of rustic design, and adding them to your kitchen is a subtle way to add a more rustic feel.
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Invest in spectacular light fixtures as the focal point of a small kitchen. Placed over the breakfast bar/island, these stylish chandeliers define the kitchen area and contrast with the dining room light fixture. Create additional counter space and a charming breakfast area with an island of richly grained wood. Add warmth with a rug in toasty shades touched with peach and coral.
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