HGTV Tips for Turning Your Small Kitchen Into an Eat-In One Banquettes needn't be L-shaped to save space. The configuration of this kitchen by designer Marika Meyer better lent itself to a restaurant-style booth with benches facing each other, providing seating for four without blocking the window. Storage above and below the benches makes the most of this small space.
20+ Tips for Turning Your Small Kitchen Into an Eat-In Kitchen
ceiling (The Renovated Home)
Countertop Overhang - Transitional - kitchen - The Renovated Home
putting stone under the bar counter makes sense to minimize scuff marks when people are seated on stools around your breakfast bar...much better than painted wall...
clean kitchen. i dream of this
Like the cabinets, backsplash, and counters.
What makes a great kitchen. Pic exemplifies how you can have it all without needing a ton of space
outlets below upper kitchen cabinets- plug in lights, drop down tablet cradle
10 Steps to a Fab Kitchen - Traditional Home® Wood-Mode Fine Custom Cabinetry One of the trends we continue to track at Traditional Home is the growing importance of kitchens. They are the heart of any home and one of the smartest spaces to invest in. This elegant kitchen is the Southhampton from Wood-Mode Fine Custom Cabinetry.
home sweet home :)