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Window backsplash, Wood paneling accent
Work Table, hood
Glass backsplash with small shelf, bulkhead could be upper Besta cabinets
Kitchen work zone as furniture / feature contrasting and complementing other areas. Picture stickwood, glass backsplash, gloss grey cabinetry for work zone; white to balance living room cabinetry ELSEWHERE (as in, on the pantries, not on the kitchen).
One wall kitchen (with island, in this case). Don't care for material choices, but layout only.
Glass paneled wall.
Gloss grey cabinetry with lighter grey countertop (not this thick; not concrete).
Not a kitchen you see, just a paneled wall that opens up to function as needed, when needed.
Plywood cabinetry, but finished to a 70s walnut tone.
If needed for balance of fridge: stainless panel behind range and hood.
Sideyard pass through window and door?
Glass backsplash on what is now hallway wall could give effect of window, where there isn't a window (and would allow for slider of two butted-up sliders on the side yard wall).
Love the grey with the wood and steel stools. The rest is ridiculous.
Effectively a one-wall kitchen--just add fridge. Like the hood/upper interplay.
Love live edge, but nothing else.
Pass through in wood siding.
Removeable sidewall with some overhang and concrete extension into sideyard to increase width (if kitchen was anchored where hallway is now).
One-wall kitchen footprint, but without pantries, minimal higher uppers and fridge at other end (and hood instead of micro over).
Another one-wall, then island could be and open work table that can be moved outdoors when needed.
Acrylic deer mount, range hood, one-wall layout.
Not these finishes and not build in a drywall box, but this is pretty nice for layout. Island can go into living room / courtyard / backyard to allow for turning and elongating the table when more people are over.
One wall love.
Work table island.
Love the use of glass and wood shelf. Uppers could be above and beyond.
If the sunroom portion were the side yard...
Hate the floor, LOVE the rest (except for any and all tile).
One wall kitchen plus worktable that equals live edge slab
Something like this, but without wall ovens, pantry or white uppers. Interplay of materials, deeper depths, more open space. Wood with gloss grey for cabinetry, standalone gloss white pantry service cabinets on opposite wall.
Love the support for a roof overhang.
Like the use of the roll up door on the horizontal to be able to close off everyday open storage when you don't want to see it.
Backsplash window recessed out to increase counter depth.
Love the use of wood on wall.
Indoor / outdoor connection.
Indoor / outdoor connection with continuity of floor and small overhang to allow openess even when raining.
Plywood as backsplash alternative.
Upper cabinets as furniture.
One wall kitchen could look out across side yard for a view when you're turned to the work table / dining table. After all, a watched pot never boils. Love the grey and wood interplay.
Would love to have kitchen this open to side yard. Butted up sliders meeting in the middle = poor man's version.
Plywood cabinets with sliding doors (don't have to worry about space for door to open above or out).
Grey + acacia tones + white.
Aesthetic, but would prefer window and backsplash without gridwork.
LOVE THIS AESTHETIC
Love the aesthetic.
True one wall layout
Another true one wall