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Click to see what this space looked like beforesmall spaces | The kitchen had been built to include an eat-in area, but the space was a bit too small to comfortably accommodate a regular dining table set. The solution? Installing a narrower bar-height breakfast table. Says Nicole: "The smaller table and barstools fit in the space much more easily than a regular table did. To make the space homier, we added the bookshelf above to house my cookbooks, art to the walls, and drapes over the windows." (Click to view the old space) >