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what is the width of the walkway between the sink and the island (using double workspaces back to back)
Both Ogawa and Alper suggest making the walkway for a double-sided workspace a minimum of 4 feet wide — just avoid placing appliances directly across from each other to keep the pathway clear. For a single-sided workspace, stick to 3 feet minimum. If you have a kitchen island, Ogawa suggests aiming
Schwartz and Architecture
Schwartz and Architecture
Warm contemporary or crafty, painted glass is quickly becoming a popular option.
framing and lath with a drill-powered wire wheel, revealing a warm and textured finish. He suggests wood as a good material for anyone who wants to be crafty with a home improvement project. It is easy to manipulate, he says.
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Cubbage Kitchen 5
Alper likes to provide as long a counter as possible, but finds that 36 to 42 inches of workspace is workable. Don't forget to put counters around the refrigerator too, so there's room to set down items when raiding the fridge. "Elbow room on either side of a range or cooktop is important too," Alper
Its introduction caused quite a stir among design aficionados. You can see why. Freezer on the left. Refrigerator on...
Island workspace has feel of farmhouse table. Like stools
nice workspace on bar
Go slick and simple A neat L-shaped workspace, sleek white units to reflect light around the room and a boiling water tap to do away with the kettle make this narrow kitchen seem more spacious
Go slick and simpleA neat L-shaped workspace, sleek white units to reflect light around the room and a boiling water tap to do away with the kettle make this narrow kitchen seem more spacious than it is. High cabinets are the perfect place to stow rarely used kitchenalia, too – just make sure you have
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
A galley, two straight rows flushed to the wall may waste space, adding peninsula add some countertop, add overhang and you get a mini workspace, and there can also be a drawer freezer underneath
kitchen is not quite wide enough for an island, rethink your counter. Just a little jut away from the walls — as in this kitchen — ups the available workspace by a lot.
Russian Hill High Rise Apartment Remodel by McCutcheon Construction
New kitchen creates open workspace and built-ins to blend with cabinetry. The intense blue of the cabinets represents the bay and sky. The backsplash tiles are textured. Fannie Allen Design, Elisabeth Doermann Architect, Robert Vente Photography