Houzz is the new way to design your home.
Baquette - subway tile and island
Fold down leaves on island for space reasons
Think about turning a 50's closet into a pantry
Bring in cabentry that is "mobel to add as extra storage
Open up rooms using beams
Tin insets for cieling - just put molding around it to create a "frame"
Just open shelving with lower cabs in a pantry
garage doors for odd spaces
I like the clean aspect of this sliding door
way to use corner space
Keep the integrity of the 50's kitchen by keeping the idea of decorative molding above sink - smooth it out and beef if up
even use small areas for counter space
Small space for banquette
another good way to hide appliances
add color with dishes - decorations rather than walls or cabinets
wow super way to use the space it realy give it a high end feel - buy how useful would it be?
very tall banqette would give the room the illustion of more space - but the pattern here is too busy
Thnk cool couch for basement or small space
small space - way to get the water off outside wall
I like the lights
cool twist on subway tiles
Thnk interesting lighing
Small hood still looks cool
chalk board wall in kitchen?
skinny minny island
Odd shaped islands - this or curved? what ever the space will allow
rather than a pantry cabinet - do a walk in?
Make the most of the nooks and crannys
trick out a closet
Make a closet pretty
tile a wall - consider for those z-brick walls - and check out the hood
recycle a library - card catalog for small items spiders
i can't help it - I like that sink
this is the other format of grovy basement couch
Make all spaces useful - like shelves on a formerly useless wall
Make a galley cool
Bead board if the walls are too bad and need to be redrywalled
simple way to create island seating
galley kitchen options
table over cabinet?
simple set up small dishwasher - glass doors on uppers
Check out the island think about adding bigger counter top for one additional stool
Think about just leaving the "table area" open?
you can add extra counter top and stool anywhere
Flip the island (I usually think of it as oblong going the other way)