Search MyHomeIdeas.com « Room Galleries Main Neutral Cottage Kitchen Text Size: A A A [+] Tria Giovan Rate it: ( 6 ratings) Not my style Not my style Has potential Has potential Good, solid design Good, solid design Lots of great ideas Lots of great ideas I want to live here! I want to live here! Lots of great ideas » comment » Read all comments (3) This compact kitchen feels larger than it is because of its color scheme of neutrals and whites. A large farmhouse sink and a breakfast bar give this kitchen its cottage charm. Related Get This Look Stools: English Country Antique s, 631/537-0606; Shell Prints: Fishers Home Furnishings , 631/725-0006 Related Rooms COMMENTS (1-3 of 3) » add comment john Thu 8/19/10 04:28 AM my name is john and i am working on patents and i want few per loaded and updated items Read replies (0) Add reply Susan Glenn Thu 7/15/10 02:06 PM I absolutely LOVE the shell engravings. This is one of the BEST uses of space that I've seen. The entire space is so natural! I grew up in a beach house that sadly looked NOTHING like this (we had tree frogs in the shower house)! That kitchen is absolute perfection, and I would LOVE to see the adjoining spaces!! Read replies (0) Add reply Brad Drckenbrod Mon 7/12/10 12:27 PM Very nice looking but if it's not hardwood and hardwood veneers instead of particle materials it probubly wont look good for long. Read replies (0) Add reply » Read all comments (3) Add new comment The rules: Keep it clean, and stay on the subject or we might delete your comment. If you see inappropriate language, e-mail us . An asterisk * indicates a required field. Your Name Your Comment * 2000 characters remaining Related Features More from MyHomeIdeas Add MyHomeIdeas to: My Yahoo! My Google My MSN My AOL My Netvibes Most Popular Rooms A Cook's Dream Kitchen This Southern Living Idea House kitchen features cabinetry with an antique cream-colored glaze. Appearing to be a large cabinet, the refrigerator is disguised by panels. The
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Is this a low profile dishwasher? - I am struggling with my small kitchen space and low countertops in my 1927 Tudor. I've been told that there are drawer dishwashers or ADA compliant options that will fit under my countertops - which are less than 34" high. However, these dishwashers that I've researched don't get very good reviews. Can you tell me what kind this is and whether you are happy with it. Thank you »
If can expand door between kitchen and dining room toward back of house - reclaiming the pantry as more kitchen/dining (maybe even bathroom space) like the idea of extending the shelf as in this picture into the dining room on the street side of the doorway. No chimney stack movement required.