My Better Homes and Gardens Dream Home.
Could do this on window wall. -- Beverage Center In one corner of the sunroom, a handy beverage center allows for impromptu get-togethers. You can do the same in your porch or sunroom: Start with a simple table and outfit it with baskets, tray, and pots to hold beverages, glasses, snacks, and napkins.
Sun room - Sunny Delight
Sunroom - Add Pops of Color
Sunroom - Update with Quick-Change Pattern
Vintage Cottage Cottage style has many decorative faces that make each home unique. Incorporating vintage treasures is a popular look that creates a personal story. A farmhouse sink and rubbed-bronze fixtures, accented with an old chandelier and throwback pottery pieces, mix comfortably in this cottage kitchen with stainless-steel appliances and other modern amenities.
Behind Closed Doors
Room to Mingle Connected spaces, increased storage and work zones, and updated appliances and fixtures were priorities for this 10x13-1/2 foot kitchen -- and so was a stylish appearance. Thanks to new large openings in two walls, the small kitchen now functions as an entertaining hub that connects with adjoining rooms. Creating pass-through openings joined the kitchen with the dining room and living room and created a bar counter for additional seating.
Open and Inviting
In the Kitchen - love the glass shelving next to the oven.
Different Room, Same Ideas Even though a kitchen is called upon to be highly functional, that doesn't mean it can't be stylish. Display artwork like you would in a living room or bedroom and dress the windows with fashionable treatments. Consider using an easy-to-wash fabric for your treatments so you can wash them from time to time and prevent the retention of cooking odors.
Cabinets v. Shelves