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Finally, think about the floor. Chef Bogartz speaks from experience: "If you plan on spending a lot of time in the kitchen, be certain that your legs and feet do not pay the price of inexpensive flooring materials," he says. "The floor should be an easy-to-clean surface." Comfortable and eco-friendly options include cork and recycled rubber. Or soften your step by placing a thick, washable rug at work areas.
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