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I love kitchens! I want my tiny house to center around my kitchen--I want it to be the social hub. Or rather, I want my tiny house to be one big kitchen. Love what these folks had to say: "Nothing we own is so precious that it can’t get dinged or scratched..."
This room is gorgeous sans furniture! Add the big comfy bed? Priceless! the large windows help to brighten the space-but I'm worried about the nighttime. Would it be too dark? I'd love to see two little chairs and a cute end table rather than the couch-but none-the-less this room is beautiful.
Earth tones prevail in this open kitchen that looks as if it's been in place for centuries. Open shelving, naturally finished cabinets, and a pot rack over the center island provide abundant storage. Accessories personalize the space, and the tile backsplash over the stove makes the kitchen feel even more unique. (Photo: Photo: Gordon Beall; Designer: Barry Dixon)
French Country Kitchen And Tuscan Kitchen: A French Country Kitchen embodies warmth, fine art, wonderful wine, delectable food, beautiful beaches, and rustic countryside vistas are all affectionately associated with Tuscany Italy. A true Tuscan kitchen has roughly plastered walls. I would have tile floors (a rustic tile)!
Italian kitchen The two-tiered marble island in this Italian kitchen has baskets for vegetables and spices, a sink and plenty of room for food prep. Bricked archways painted with Italian frescoes create a grand passage from living room to kitchen. Among the frescoes are handpicked yellow and blue tiles that create a unique patchwork backsplash throughout the space.