Lighten UpTraditional Kitchen, Atlanta
Daughters go to college—that's typical. But when they come home for the summer to find their parents now living in the neighbor's house? Not so typical. That's exactly what happened to Sue and John McKinley's twin daughters when their parents downsized to a house just two doors down. "We were already familiar with the home and liked its open floor plan and high ceilings," says Sue. "We just customized the interior to suit our tastes." In their kitchen, the couple worked with designer Suzanne Kasler to combine practicality with style. Photo by Erica George Dines for Southern Living
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What to make? People tend to be particular about breakfast, so you probably have a good idea already of what you’d like to eat. That said, it can be easy to get stuck in a breakfast rut to the point where breakfast no longer sounds appealing, but like something you have to force down before heading out the door. Make breakfast tempt you again by trying something new, or at least a new twist on an old favorite. Try a fresh-fruit smoothie, baked oatmeal, French toast made with day-old brioche, fruit salad with mint or the diner classic: bacon, eggs and toast.