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use of space
mix of materials
use of wall space
3 point design if it will fit
good use of space-colors
push the wall out?
move a wall to gain counter space?
intersting ceiling feature and knocked out walls
could you knock out the dining room wall(s) to open up the space and move the eating area somewhere else?
one way to integrate eating & kitchen
darker colors/integrated dining
lots of cabinets-great colors
colors, cabinets , corner window
integration of dining room?
lots of added counter by bending eating area into work space
example of textured stone backsplash
light bounces off shiny subway tiles, making space seem larger and certainly brighter...
consider this cabinet divider for added storage if knock out wall between dining room & kitchen
lots of storage along a short wall...
very fresh use of two tone cabinets but still light and bright
white appliances do not seem to work with these cabinets
very bright-white cabinets, white subway tiles but not glossy, white carrera marble on counters....
simple, clean , easy
another way to open up to the dining room
great dramatic colors, could we integrate the island like this?
use of color with white cabinets
colored cabinets , rough backsplash and granite counters-warmer look
color scheme--not so brilliantly white.
simple cabinets up to ceiling-use of different surface materials
any way to really open things up?
calming color scheme
nice cabinets-match well with marble/granite surface
open cabinets also tend to make the space look larger
this might work in terms of integrating the dining room space, adding a larger counter with stools and brightening the kitchen area...
an idea for design outline
backsplash tile configuration as feature
note color difference in cabinetry and use of space
softer cabinet color scheme
great lighting throughout
island looks to be very functional
lots of cabinet space
darker cabinets that work well with wood floor
layout similar --maybe not best use of bar/island--maybe it could be counter height?
wow--nice window and use of materials
here is an idea for integrating dining room space looking at kitchen from dining area