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Cape Cod Capes
Lisa Collet, Coach Realtors
Ideas for incorporating into a Cape or other small but big on ideas home
The color of the cabinets are alluring
Washer dryer placement
Living room with shelves
Good use of small kitchen space
Rod for hanging
Paint cabinets the same color as the walls. Limiting the cabinetry and the wall color to a single hue erases visual boundaries that might stop the eye. The conventional school of thought is that pale colors will reflect light and make the space feel bigger, and that's certainly a safe approach. But don't be afraid to go dark, either. Deep tones such as black, navy, charcoal and chocolate recede visually and create the impression that the walls are farther back than they really are.
Merge into a larger space. This breakfast room, separated from the kitchen by a low half wall, feels like a natural extension of the cooking area.