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Making a kitchen feel bigger does not have to mean adding space

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Bethesda homeowner Gwenn Hibbs did not want to expand the footprint of her kitchen, but she did want a space that was bright and open -- and felt "light and airy." Hibbs had a pretty good idea of the overall style that would appeal to her, but she brought in a professional kitchen designer to help execute her vision. In a kitchen, layout is as important as aesthetics, and Nadia Subaran of Aidan...

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