By Albertine Pascal. Kitchen Furniture. Published at Tuesday, April 10th, 2018 - 07:11:01 AM.
Whether you add a small table to the room or decide to grace it with a versatile baker’s rack, you will love how the space looks with the addition of functional and attractive furniture. Islands are available in all sizes, so you can find a small one for a cozy area or a large one that will fill in a cavernous space. Add a buffet from the dining room to tie the spaces together and enjoy more storage. Bring in a glass-front storage cabinet to enjoy the extra space and display all of your favorite things. You will love how welcoming the kitchen feels, and you will always appreciate having the extra storage and work space.
You'll need to allow a minimum of 7 feet to accommodate a small table and chairs, though 8 feet is better and 9 feet is optimum. (Nine feet allows for a 36" table and a 36" clearance for each chair.) Try to leave 48" of walking space around the table so nobody ends up knocking the orange juice glasses off the table.
Another idea for small kitchen cabinets is to combine appliances, storage and cabinet space. You can use cabinets to hide a low-profile refrigerator, stow a trash or recycling bin, or conceal a lazy Susan. For floor cabinets, consider using small cabinets to create a small kitchen island.
How's this for a white kitchen that lets the outside totally change up the look and feel? Drawing on the natural and green tones, there is a terrifically organic vibe at play and yet the whole installation itself is plain white! Clever!
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