would work for our wall with the cooktop; some loss of cupboards along the hood. Love the backsplash.
Won't work for us technically, but I like transition from indoor to outdoor and would like to incorporate the outdoors (at least the view out the back) into our kitchen remodel.
Flexible use of cabinet space.
This is very close to the layout we were thinking of: fridge and ovens on one side, cooktop, sink, etc. on other. In this case, fridge/kitchen separated by a partial wall--do we go this direction (keep part of our wall) or open up completely and have fridge cabinet show in dining room?
These pullouts cost money, I realize. But what a way to have easier access to cleaning supplies, etc.
This might be a more flexible, usable way to have a garbage/recycling pullout than one that has built-in holes for everything. I like how there's some miscellaneous room for the bags; we could also house kitchen scraps this way?
One way to have a two-tier peninsula, this one with some (under)lighting (apparently). Allows you to have a different countertop material on the "bar" than the rest of the kitchen (though I--David--am still not sure I like wood).
Nice cabinet material. Expensive probably!
Not sure I like this completely, but it is one way to have two-tiered peninsula.
Nice wood pattern on cabinets. And--who knew?--not everything has to be straight lines! Nice use of curves.
I like the dividers for cookie sheets, etc.
Will white appliances work? Most pics with white appliances (and they are a distinct minority) pair with white cabinets. This attempt to match with cherry looks terrible to me. Time to rethink this?
Here white appliances with maple. Not a great match either. (But of course this is a pretty modest kitchen overall. Will keep looking.)
Here's light-colored wood cabinet with white dishwasher. Not great either. (Have we become so conditioned to like stainless that white and black no longer look right to our modern eye? For stainless is just as arbitrary color for appliance as white or black.)
novel skylight treatment