For the second time, DIY Network and Food Network Magazine go in search of America's worst kitchen then undertake a complete makeover, transforming a dismal cook space into a cook's paradise.
By David L. HaynesMore in Kitchen
The nook adjacent to the refrigerator offers a work surface perfect for consulting recipes online on a laptop or tablet. The shelving, in the same quartz composite as the countertops, is float-mounted with steel reinforcement and provides open storage for dishware, cookbooks and, of course, a collection of past issues of Food Network Magazine.
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