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NB Design Group, Inc
Lake Washington Eclectic
Ideabooks4,171
Questions10
large pull out drawers under cook top
stainless cook top island with bar seating
awesome spot to cook , love the drawers
stainless cooking area in peninsula
Cook top...cook top and hood...island cook top...cook top in island
“like” — hfudge
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
BBQ and Outdoor Kitchen
Ideabooks13,654
Questions12
to IdeabookEmail Photo Including a bar top in your kitchen allows guests to sit and talk while you prepare and cook. This brings the party to the cook. Many guests enjoy being close to the cook, and with a bar top they can watch all the action while still staying out of the main kitchen space.
Island seating separated from cooking area. Allows easy service. corner provides for conversation
On cement, a place to cook and eat outside. Does not have to be this big, but like the idea
Including a bar top in your kitchen allows guests to sit and talk while you prepare and cook. This brings the party to the cook. Many guests enjoy being close to the cook, and with a bar top they can watch all the action while still staying out of the main kitchen space.
“Outdoor bbq” — little_liv28
modern house architects
4 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks7,021
Questions6
of your arms full of cooking goodness: a multi-unit range with a combination of gas burners, a griddle, a wok burner and a fryer or steamer. Overhead there's a full-length hood to provide maximum ventilation coverage, a pasta filler and the wall rail for gadgets and utensils. A cook's dream. 2. Modular
ge kitchen design these days. All the state-of-the-art appliance companies are now offering 15"-24" cooking modules that fit into the countertop on their own or side-by-side to create a custom cooking environment. 3. Dedicated task stations. It's not just about the work triangle anymore. State-of-the-art
a complete state-of-the-art kitchen overhaul? Not to worry, appliance companies are coming out with more fun small appliances and gadgets to make cooking more enjoyable every day. 8. Cutting-edge organization. The kitchens of today are nothing like the ones from even 10 years ago, when you would consider
“Stove” — elleruggs19
Mu-2 Inc.
3 Reviews
Modern Kitchens
Ideabooks2,120
Questions3
cupboards and drawers. Decluttering tasks: This is the day to get the most frequently used spaces in your kitchen decluttered and primed for easy cooking. Get rid of things you never use (be honest!) and move things you rarely use (like once or twice a year) to a nonprime position. Take everything out
will be used (knives near prep area, spatulas near the stove etc.) Cleaning tasks: Wipe down drawers and shelves. Inspect pots and pans, and remove cooked-on spots and stains. Have knives sharpened. The Great Kitchen Cabinet Cleanup Mu-2 Inc. Kitchen & Bath Remodelers Modern Kitchens Category Kitchen
cupboards and drawers. Decluttering tasks: This is the day to get the most frequently used spaces in your kitchen decluttered and primed for easy cooking. Get rid of things you never use (be honest!) and move things you rarely use (like once or twice a year) to a nonprime position. •Take everything
“Gray offset” — Tiffany Ferrai
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
41 Reviews
Camelia Court
Ideabooks3,350
Questions5
Rock work and cooking style/surface.
Outdoor cooking area
Love the cooking area
natural outdoor cooking,
Outdoor cooking...Cooking surface...cooking area
“Lanterne” — Josée Carrière
Dona Rosene Interiors
14 Reviews
Ft. Worth Historical Residence
Ideabooks21,432
Questions18
it's too large, it makes cooking a hassle.Why should you think about it? Even though it's a 70-year-old 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
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 the kitchen — the sink, the range, and the refrigerator. As a general guideline
2. Plan a functional layout. If you like to cook and enjoy making meals for family and friends, there is nothing more frustrating than a kitchen that doesn’t function well. Most designs today follow
“sink!” — Stace
Rauser Design
1 Review
Farmhouse Kitchen
Ideabooks26,186
Questions24
Cooking is a central activity in the house. The homeowners supply fresh organic produce to numerous local restaurants, and chefs are always stopping by with friends to pick produce and cook meals in the kitchen.
Cooking is a central activity in the house. The
trinity of kitchen station workflow: first a deep apron sink, then a built-in butcher block countertop, then a stovetop. You can wash, prep, cut and cook in a smooth flow."If you are using your countertops plenty, it should show its age; that's the beauty of having these butcher block surfaces," says
The homeowners supply fresh organic produce to numerous local restaurants, and chefs are always stopping by with friends to pick produce and cook meals in the kitchen.
“Floor” — Stephanie Hathaway Shumway
Don Ziebell
1 Review
Oz Architects
Ideabooks11,370
Questions10
Eat in kitchen with cooking fireplace
I am blown away by the cooking fireplace! We are renovating an old cottage in Ireland and would love if you could give me the dimensions and height etc of the fireplace. Thanks
the cooking fireplace and the farm sink with the different color drawers underneath and the cook lightbulb hanging there and the checkerboard floors and the neat cabinets and all of the other stuff too
to do some open fire cooking and the hearth is viable as extra counter space, too. It's pizza-oven-meets-colonial- hearth!
Stone / brick in cooking area
interesting cooking with wood feature in the kitchen
proper wood fire for cooking, absolutely love it!
“Floor, beams, fireplace” — sburcham07
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