52,457 kitchen space saving idea Home Design Photos

Tumbleweed Tiny House Company
The Gifford
Functional. Also, good idea for cast iron.
use of space in tiny kitchen
idea for making own kitchen units
Live the small home idea. The natural wood in this is gret.
TOWNHOUSE KITCHEN IDEA. This movable 7- by 16-foot home is combined with an equally tiny home next door for a total of 620 square feet of living space. Jay Shafer, founder of Tumbleweed Tiny House Company, calls this home (along with his wife and young son). This energy efficient
of living space. Jay Shafer, founder of Tumbleweed Tiny House Company, calls this home (along with his wife and young son). This energy efficient and ecofriendly housing solution relies on the basics, including a bare-bones kitchen. The front door of the house opens into its small kitchen and dining
“ceiling” — 67winston
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Nicholaeff Architecture + Design
3 Reviews
space saving design - kitchen, dining and living room seating very close together, but compartmentalized
Unique Shape, I love the fact that it is Not Like every other kitchen, it is not, square, not rectangular, not a u shape, custom nice way to use all of the space.
This is kind of a cool idea. Not sure how it would work in my kitchen, but it's something to think about!
Great use of woods and space
“curved bench for kitchen” — navycop335
Louise Lakier
1 Review
The Salsa House
bookshelf above kitchen? blue wood? wow
books on high shelf above kitchen, also have a ladder nearby
small kitchen with lots of nooks for books
shelf above entrance to kitchen etc
love the idea of colored beams and floor
permanently. Demyanovich screwed boards into the beams overhead to create this space-saving shelf.
Here we see the ceiling beams being used ingeniously. Another space that was waiting to be filled. And right in the kitchen — a room not often thought about for books.
“Using unused space along ceiling for book display” — teirki
Kerri Robusto Interiors
6 Reviews
Harvest Pointe Project
side, 30" walkway and 12" or less deep floor to ceiling shelving. You will not need more than 12' of counters anyway (on both sides = 24ft of counter space?). If you ever need to go 3', you can remove the floor to ceiling shelving.
other direction (from the picture frame to the cheez-it crackers/cereal wall would be 2 feet for the lower cabinets then 5'-6 to 6'-0 for the floor space. Therefore, the room has to be closer to 7'-6" (or 8'-0") x 7'-6".
high space above for big pans
love the pantry how it is set up if you have little cupboard space in kitchen
collection. I love the look of mason jars, but rectangular containers like the ones in this pantry nestle together more neatly, conserving precious shelf space within my narrow pullouts.
“Love this pantry- countertop, open shelves, and useful drawers on bottom.” — smwoodbury
Crown Point Cabinetry
1 Review
Rustic Reclaimed Chestnut
A custom wet bar, handcrafted from Reclaimed Chestnut, offers a small sink and wine fridge just off the kitchen. Photo Credit: Crown Point Cabinetry
The space between formal dining and kitchen (but on a smaller scale)
ned windows, the cabinetmakers crafted leaded-glass diamond-paned doors for the upper cabinets on this wet bar, which is just off the side of the kitchen. It includes a sink, a wine refrigerator and glassware, creating an easy drink station.
“hardware” — caroline142
Chr DAUER Architects
1 Review
The kitchen addition connects with the rear green space and floods the room with natural light through large horizontally banded, counter height windows. Formaldehyde-free painted cabinetry with countertops made of resin coated recycled paper are easily maintained and environmentally sound. Photographer:
I like dining inside kitchen and I am not a fan of seating in row, so I rather a dining table, but my kitchen is 4 meters (13 feet) width only, so I need to go with L shape cabinets and dining with chairs, I am concerned
I notice the window is close to the countertop, how are the electical outlets placed on this side of the kitchen?
I would recommend the space between table edge and wall be a minimum of 30". I would say you need a minimum of 60"-66" of space between kitchen counter and table edge in order to accommodate someone sitting at table (allow them to get
“window sill at counter top” — hockeymom87
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
12 Reviews
Home Office Computer Room
the renovated home office that was once a small guest room. It is right off the kitchen on the main floor, so it made a great location for the family home office. The cabinetry is the same style and color as the kitchen so one room flows nicely with the next. The countertop is a warm grey limestone
Can you paint your kitchen a different color then the livingroom?
love, love the desk top. I have been looking for the same idea for a bar top.
I like the idea of a separate faux wall built behind (attached to) the desk
course you could paint it a different color. It would all depend on the relation of location of kitchen to living room and lighting, etc. It could be a lighter or darker version of what you have in the kitchen...or a totally different color.
“Computer desk” — jlharp10
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
16 Reviews
Private Residence
We have a similar setup with a large space with a mantel and narrow depth shelves on either side of the space. We were thinking of putting the piano in the space like in this picture but the piano would be a little bit taller than the mantel height. Do you think it would still look
The use of space above piano for books. The layout is inviting. Small ottoman/stools in front of the settee.
Great use of wall space around the piano!
Saved just for kicks. Piano sits within the wall unit.
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to do a room and then take some time off. Once you declutter a space, you can see if you’re able to maintain it or if you need to get rid of more.7. Ask yourself what you would grab in a fire. In an actual fire, you should think of saving only people and animals, but asking yourself this in the abstract
“ceiling” — Ray Gable
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