The Iowa Homemaker

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Built-in Features

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In the small space allotted to the kitchens of our newer houses we find that every inch must lend itself to one of several uses if the room is going to be a truly efficient work shop. Sometimes the carpenter can help to utilize the space to - better advantage by suggesting or even building certain pieces of equipment into the wall, leaving more floor space for the equipment which must be portable. Almost invariably we find, also, that the built-in kitchen is more easily kept clean and orderly than the one in which everything is movable.



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