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Rugged and Simple-Even a narrow island can make a big difference in the style and function of a kitchen. A French antique, this small table offers extra prep space in a kitchen where space is too tight for a full-size island. It also contributes to the old-world theme set by the stone range hood, tile floor, and distressed cabinetry
Love this coffee center! Everything neatly organized and close at hand for a quick breakfast or cup of coffee any time. Also like the pebbled glass with lead mullions.
Aging Gracefully: Cabinetry Cabinet panels provide creative cover-ups, concealing the built-in refrigerator (shown here) and dishwasher. Cabinetry to the left of the fridge conceals a microwave and other small appliances. Furniture-style feet at the base of the cabinets recall kitchens of the pas
Hanging Pot Rack :: A simple wrought-iron pot rack keeps oversize pots and pans within reach of this kitchen’s main work zone. Hanging these large items from the ceiling frees up cabinet space in a small kitchen. The pots and pans also contribute to the cozy, lived-in character of the room. | via BHG
Do you have a small kitchen space? Try adding glass shimmering tiles to open the space up.
Two long runs of counter space give plenty of room in this cottage kitchen. Blue-painted antique corbels hold open shelving and support the peninsula overhang, bringing vintage-inspired whimsy to the space. Sarah chose three different cabinet colors to create a dynamic color palette. She used natural materials and a lighthearted color for the backsplash, and the seeded glass cabinet doors bring an extra touch of softness. Design by Sarah Richardson
Shopping on a Budget: This style cooking island is just what I need in my 1926 farm house kitchen that has an open kitchen/dining room layout. The positioning of the stove allows the cook to interact with his guests while he is preparing the meal. The raised bar is great because (a) it "hides" the cooking area (b) provides an additional seating area (c) provides extra space for a "buffet" area!