My family spends a lot of time in the kitchen — we love to cook (and eat), and my sisters and I help make dinner and clean up each night. It's an important space for our family to be together in. One of my favorite activities is to play the "what would I change" game in a room — although sometimes far-fetched, it's interesting to think of the simple solutions that could improve a room's light, space, and efficiency. Of course, the kitchen often becomes subject to these daydreaming sessions, as it's a room that's central to the house and frequently used. Besides, I think kitchens are the most easily dated rooms, because they are expensive to upgrade. One of our old kitchens hadn't been updated since the '50s, so the blue linoleum floors and counter-top oven were all still in place. Compared to that, our current one really wasn't a bad starting place. Everything was painted white, which made for a great blank slate for our rental kitchen makeover!
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