1,588 crafty workspaces Kitchen Design Photos

Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Lu-In+Dave: Squirrel Hill, PA
Ideabooks629
Questions2
A sensible addition to the kitchen's design is the workspace at the room's entrance. Integrated into the surrounding cabinetry, this area is used for everyday tasks, such as checking mail and making grocery lists. The perfect multi-tasker, the counter is converted into the beverage area when the couple
Great way to sneak in a workspace
They added a new workspace, integrated into the cabinetry, at the kitchen's entrance. The countertop is the perfect multitasking spot and can be converted into a beverage area when they entertain guests. Stool: Model Six Stool, Jeff Covey; wall paint: Mt. Rushmore Rock, Benjamin Moore
“Color” — pltslp67
Portico Design Group
2 Reviews
Roxton
Ideabooks3,693
Questions3
L-shaped workspace next to kitchen/ round dining table
5. Sneak workspace into any room. A narrow desk built into a corner means you can tuck your workspace and storage into any room in the house — like the kitchen or dining room. This may not be the ideal spot for a full-size desktop computer, but it would make a perfect perch for a laptop.
workspace into any room. A narrow desk built into a corner means you can tuck your workspace and storage into any room in the house — like the kitchen or dining room.” — Laura GaskillLaptops and tablets mean we no longer have to be hunkered down with heavy machinery in a designated office room. Instead
we can pick a spot in the house with a favorite view and create a very pleasant work environment.Full story: 10 Ways to Do More With a Customized Workspace
“office” — mmaary
House Plans and More
Plan #013S-0015
Ideabooks6,806
Questions8
Leveled Workspaces
“Sliding splashback” — sharyn1234
Seattle Area Interior Design Firm
Collins Group Design, Inc. is a residential and commercial design firm specializing in new construction, remodels, interior design, and structural design details.
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Leone Design Studio
1 Review
Sterling Apartment
Ideabooks3,069
Questions5
Counter height table. It creates more workspace & with a few
flexible countertop workspace with the island/eating combo
14. Put a counter-height table in the kitchen. This works great for galley kitchens. It creates more workspace, and with a few stools can easily accommodate a small dinner party. Tip: Keep the stools’ backs below counter height so they can slide easily out
creates more workspace, and with a few stools can easily accommodate a small dinner party. Tip: Keep the stools’ backs below counter height so they can slide easily out of the way.
14. Put a benchtop-height table in the kitchenThis works well in galley kitchens. It creates more workspace and with a
“Kitchen island” — mdanderfer
Alex Amend Photography
Bayo Vista
Ideabooks3,321
Questions4
counter height workspace with cabinetry above small window
workspace with window
Kitchen workspace...Love the workspace
“eating space” — hellshire
Arnold Schulman Design Group
12 Reviews
Arnold Schulman
Ideabooks4,157
Questions10
This kitchen features several layers of light: The recessed cans provide overhead illumination, the pendant lights above the island illuminate the workspace and undercabinet area, and above-cabinet accent lighting gives the space a burst of savvy style.
This kitchen features several layers of light: The recessed cans provide overhead illumination, the pendant lights above the island illuminate the workspace and undercabinet area, and above-cabinet accent lighting gives the space a burst of savvy style.
“wine rack built in use 5 bottle rack” — joan219
Hamilton-Gray Design, Inc.
16 Reviews
Classic White Landmark Home
Ideabooks63,796
Questions7
Great idea for turning a closet into a workspace - practical and pretty
Workspace ideas...workspace for me
“Kitchen office” — shannamax
ROM architecture studio
6 Reviews
Magnolia Mid-Mod
Ideabooks3,716
Questions10
Include at least one workspace counter top at a height of 30 inches or less, to accommodate someone sitting while doing tasks. Conversely, if the person using this space is very
Include at least one workspace countertop at a height of 30 inches or less, to accomodate someone sitting while doing tasks. #storage
Include at least one workspace countertop at a height of 30 inches or less, to accomodate someone sitting while doing tasks. Conversely, if the person using this space is very tall
“Floors cabinets” — ktoa
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