angled cabinets at end, contoured counter and backsplash; Chef Michael Lomonaco's plan for his 7-by-10 foot Manhattan galley kitchen was simple: use every available space efficiently, without changing the basic layout. So he moved the sink faucet into the corner and the microwave to over the range—the only configuration changes he made—freeing up counter space for food prep.
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Joshua McHugh | thisoldhouse.com | from Sensational Space-Saving Kitchens
nice tiny kitchen, but that corner sink...