64 cutting board storage Midcentury Kitchen Design Photos

Kropat Interior Design
4 Reviews
Colorful Mid Century Modern Residence
Ideabooks229
Questions1
cutting board storage
great storage ideas
“Mosaic Backsplash” — nmzaidan
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
The Kitchen
Ideabooks7,515
Questions7
it looks very similar to the container store elf a storage system carts. It can be built to your liking by selecting different colors and parts. ... You might also was to check out the houzz product section
Then there's always the option for a smaller,mobile island on wheels, with baskets and storage underneath!
a corner nook or closet, while tiered shelving maximizes storage space. When it’s time to designate a sous-chef, roll it out to create extra prep space.
easy to move around cart with a cutting bord for movie night.
basket for sheet pans and cutting boards.
8. Slip in a portable island. As in my case, messy cooks often lack enough counter space for spreading out. A small island on casters can be amazingly effective at extending the work area. Why haven't I tried this yet?More: Kitchen Storage Goes on a Roll
“another cute one” — sineadg
ANNA CARIN Design
Mill Hill Terrace
Ideabooks4,803
Questions5
Chalk board on side of kitchen unit
Chalk board wall in kitchen is a major plus
Combination of open and covered storage
Open storage is a nice asthetic touch.
Chalk board on the end if cupboard
nice kitchen storage
Love the cut out wood
Black or whit board...Black board
“Marble tiles” — laura369
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
Best of Houzz Winner 2013 + 2014
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DHV Architects
4 Reviews
Kitchen remodelling in South Bristol
Ideabooks11,998
Questions9
ikea bstrakt backsplash- how do we cut the larger panels please?
I just ordered a wood countertop from my cabinetmaker...we chose Sapele and yes, I cannot set anything hot on it, cut on it, leave water on it. But I don't do that now and I have yucky tile!
AFTER: With the storage unit emptied and a wall knocked out, the kitchen gained a spacious eat-in dining space and access to sunlight.Tour the kitchen: Sunlit Garden Views
“Galley kitchen, butcher's block.” — Susy Oviedo
mark gerwing
Knollwood renovation
Ideabooks8,016
Questions8
shelving. Most of us think of open shelving as being against a wall, but this shelving system adds storage in a normally blank space. Adding this kind of shelving automatically gives you much more kitchen storage space without obstructing the view.
shelving. Most of us think of open shelving as being against a wall, but this shelving system adds storage in a normally blank space. Adding this kind of shelving automatically gives you much more kitchen storage space without obstructing the view.
“not white” — rmeier123
Arnold Ziffel
Architect - Jack Viks
Ideabooks7,857
Questions9
interesting concept if something is needed over the kitchen to hide the pipe. the glass would cut down on the intrusiveness
The glass storage idea- we can do it with the glass door on one side and the kitchen on the inner side
sliding glass clear cabinets for glass storage - keep it looking open
kitchen while everyone else is having fun? Don't rip those cabinets down and lose the storage; open them up and enclose them in glass for see-through storage that keeps the view open, the light flowing and the storage intact.
travel back and forth as doors. Sliding glass doors sometimes have hardware that is drilled directly into the glass, but many simply have a finger pull cut through the glass.
“formica” — sonisko
Design By Lisa
7 Reviews
Mid-Century Butler's Pantry
Ideabooks8,945
Questions7
We actually made this rug using commercial carpet tiles that we cut down to form a pattern. Look at FLOR. They have a great selection of carpet tiles that you can use to create a rug. Good luck!
represent the wave of the future. Full of showy, shiny new appliances, bright colors and space-age surfaces, they're designed to look streamlined and cutting edge — at least for their time. Simplicity rules: slab cabinet doors, plain countertop edges, no-fuss materials. Make it yours: Even if your kitchen
accommodates additional storage and allows sunlight to pour in. The break between cabinets and windows maintains a cozy feel while allowing room for the dramatic effect.Tip: Installing clerestory windows between interior rooms brings more light into a space that may be cut off from the sun.
“wood gray” — thomdowting
Daniel Sheehan Photography
Laurelhurst House
Ideabooks5,870
Questions7
Lighting, dividing wall with cut out
Incorporating storage into backside of peninsula.
tract lighting, board ceiling, vault
wall cut-out
“Lighting” — tadaah
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