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A more traditional kitchen benefits just as much from exposed cookbooks. Here they break up the expanse of cabinetry and give the space a friendly, welcoming feel. A little work surface coupled with a few rows of cookbooks invites you to sit down, peruse the pages and inspire you to re-create the delicious meals. Dura Supreme Cabinetry
The Kitchen NicheI love a good niche. Not quite a full shelf and definitely not a cabinet, a kitchen niche is a handy place to keep go-to cookbooks for easy access. Niches make the most of your kitchen footprint without compromising too much larger storage space. An opening that’s 12 inches high by 10 inches wide can hold plenty of useful reference books, which you can rotate in and out depending on your mood (or cooking prowess). Barker Wagoner Architects
A niche can also be a smart solution to an odd layout or awkward corner. Stash spices or baking supplies in an adjacent cabinet, and whenever inspiration strikes, your tools will be at the ready.