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Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Feldman Architecture
Ideabooks16,533
Questions4
simple work suface going across one wall, with one shelf across the top for books and things, and lighting coming from under it to illuminate the work surface.
Clean nice work area Nice colors and contrast
Open below. Monitors where shelves are. Clean desk area.
Could work in the living room.
Here a work area is set up along a far wall in a small space, where perhaps a chair would have been placed instead, angled towards the sofa. I suspect this office gets more use than a chair would have. The track lighting, installed hovering above the work area, ensures proper task lighting.
I love how white makes this space shine. This one is taking advantage of space with multiple storage areas and a pretty basic design concept. It is crisp and comfortable.
“Spare, modern, clean” — rabear8ate
Steven Stilwell Construction Inc.
1 Review
North of L.A. One of a Kind
Ideabooks2,928
Questions3
painter worked hard at the job site to give them that look.
LOVE the multiple work spaces against one wall
Work space within cozy living space. The walls and ceiling
a desk area like this one, consider the pros and cons. A work area is terrific for keeping a watchful eye on your family's Internet usage, but if this is your only room to relax in, you may want to pass. Tip: Be mindful of sun glare on computer screens when designing a work area. Test the area with a
“Floors” — rdavid1020
Mueller Nicholls Cabinets and Construction
3 Reviews
Arts Crafts Kitchen
Ideabooks8,428
Questions9
wouldn't work in a small kitchen like mine.
love the dark green tiles-works with
the main work area. It isn't too surprising that work islands are so popular today — the ease of working in the center of a room and retrieving items stored around the edges comes from Victorian homes. Choose a contrasting color to the wall units to break up uniformity and make the table stand out as the
Taller kitchen tables are also great for narrow spaces. A slender table like the one shown here doesn't take up too much space but allows ample room to work. If you wanted to sneak in a bit of extra storage, you could track down a table with drawers or an open shelf, or have a knife
“table in the middle” — eeellie123
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Michael Fullen Design Group
2 Reviews
Huntington Beach
Ideabooks10,660
Questions16
don't like the cabinetry color choice - but the white table and seating area is nice
eating area next to the work surface
could work with all-lower storage ides...
the desk area of the nook/end. Also, like the appliance garage(s) below the display shelving and the waterfall counter top.
the main working area. If you're considering an island as your main gathering spot, be aware of the intersection between work areas and guest hangouts. The cook should be able to work efficiently and unhindered even with friends hanging out during final prep time. In this kitchen, the seating area is moved
of the working end, allowing both areas plenty of space to function properly.
“More modern cupboards” — purpleparty
Amy A. Alper
5 Reviews
Amy A. Alper, Architect
Ideabooks7,785
Questions19
primarily for working with chocolate. You can roll out dough on any clean, solid surface, including butcher block. I hope this helps.
didn't work on the dining room. I'll ask the Owner and get back!
lighting work given the low ceilings!. The place you buy the lighting from should be able to help you confirm you have enough fixtures/coverage. Take care!
kitchen work area and the entrance to the rest of the house.
dining area and windows over sink
kitchen work area and the entrance to the rest of the house. Countertop: honed black granite; sink: Domsjo, Ikea; faucet: Blanco; drawer pulls: Aubrey, Restoration Hardware
Here a drying rack in the kitchen's primary work area offers access to the dried produce as well as visual inspiration all season
“larger footed pulls” — janeejordan
Dona Rosene Interiors
12 Reviews
Ft. Worth Historical Residence
Ideabooks19,210
Questions17
kitchen work triangle?The concept for the kitchen work triangle was developed in the 1940s, a time when kitchens were very small and appliances were generally very large. The kitchen was looked at as a space where only cooking took place. The kitchen work triangle connects the three main work areas in
rule, the work triangle is still something to keep in mind when you're redesigning a kitchen. Keeping a certain amount of space between the main working areas makes cooking much easier and helps keep traffic in the workspace to a minimum.
these areas should be no less than 4 feet and no larger than 9 feet. The sum of all three sides of the triangle should be between 13 feet and 26 feet. If the distance is too small, it can make a kitchen feel cramped and blocked. If it's too large, it makes cooking a hassle.Why should you think about
“big sink with side area included” — Laurel Stratman
Boor Bridges Architecture
farmhouse kitchen
Ideabooks5,146
Questions12
hazardous areas you might overlook. Even newborns are subject to certain risks, so many people choose to call in a childproofer before baby arrives. Child safety becomes a must once kids are mobile, beginning to roll, crawl and pull up.
6. Keep kids out of work areas. A construction area is dangerous
electrical work and more. Put up child safety gates at every entrance surrounding the work area, and make sure everyone on the remodeling team knows to keep them closed. Kids are curious, so even with the gates up, keep a closer eye on them than usual to be sure they don’t drift into the construction zones
special area outside of the kitchen for children to hang out. But make sure that plugs in the kitchen are covered, lamps and other glass items are away from table edges, and stairways and other dangerous areas are blocked off. Check your smoke detector and CO2 detector batteries, and replace them if needed
“http://www.grandinroad.com/postema-gallery-wall-clock/indoor-decor/wall-clocks/27258” — conniemarch
Spinnaker Development
14 Reviews
1512 Dolphin Terrace
Ideabooks5,968
Questions13
doors work? How much would it cost? It is a basement and I do not want to spend a lot. It is a walk up basement. measurement that I am talking about is 176". Thank you.
large open area. We often manufacture them for pool houses or other similar inside/outside applications.
brighten work areas. Task lighting includes built-in can lights that direct a flow of bright light onto a reading or working area. An orb chandelier adds an updated twist on tradition in this room.
“furniture placement” — jgpx
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