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Landscape Designer from Delray Beach, FL
nice basic kitchen
really nice elements and space
storage - after buying from bulk bins, etc.
from ikea - good way to save counter space for fruit, etc
simple, but very nice, clean, affordable remodel style - love dark floors and white
nice galley kitchen
galley kitch eating area
galley litch sink area
Nice light, slight commercial flair, good usability, nice, but not pretentious
great colors and finishes
cool cabinets - useful for cheap makeover
Modern, Ikea-ish kitchen that seems like it would be an easy update and there's just something easy/comfortable about it that I like.
love the simplicity, but it's not too stark and the ceiling and floor warm it up
cool way to treat a wall between kitchen and living space if you really need to maintain it in some way for storage space, but also open it up
love the island and lighting...and the paneling...everything
very fun, classy kitchen - but the shelves, while cool, seem awkward coming down in front of the sink like that - seems like it should be more open - but you get storage space that way
pretty much a must do
simple, effective - probably easier to do with a budget
Really like this room
simple small kitchen and cool island idea (antique)
COOL GALLEY KITCHEN RE-DO AND WOOD COUNTERTOPS
Kitchen sink wash/drain area - Soapstone
really like this kitchen, incl the colors
VERY cool space
palette for the "VERY cool space"
wood hood and nice kitchen
nice craftsman style kitchen update
Dig the island and colors
cool, unique, boutique-y
Cool modern, but nice small kitchen remod
so many cool elements
whoa - an idea could be do bring a large island in closer to the counters to maximize the living space outside the kitchen. Picturing something like this.
Very nice. Even for 600 MH. Again, the large island moved closer to the center of the kitchen instead of having the large open space in the middle of the kitchen. This maximizes the living space around the kitchen and people can still congregate at the stools/island, leaving the working space on the other side with sink, cooktop, etc for the person who's working.