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Paragon Kitchens
11 Reviews
Paragon Kitchen
Ideabooks84,885
Questions24
Where do you store the computer processor?
I too love the computer desk. Where is the processor stored? thank you!
How does that computer space fit in to the overall flow of the kitchen and/or hallway (or whatever
you'll be able to pick from anything your fabricator can get his or her hands on. By buying slab granite you'll be able to be sure that your counters are unique
That's the iMac. The processor is combined with the screen. That the whole computer you're seeing.
Aha! Computer in kitchen...this would work when remodel
rule: If no one's in the room, it doesn't need to be on. In other words, shut off TVs, computers and lights before leaving a room, every single time. It's
area for pc I kitchen but this too big
“kitchen desk” — Lisa Llewellyn
CustomMade.com
Children's Computer Center
Ideabooks4,774
Questions1
This client wanted their daughter's room to have a computer work desk, some shelving and clothes storage. They painted the cabinets themselves. The second
I like the corner PC area on this picture.
Not just for children --- make space for a flat screen media center and a corner computer workstation for family
“Storage galore!!!” — ncramer82
Mascheroni Construction
10 Reviews
Mascheroni Construction
Ideabooks14,747
Questions15
It is enough for small projects and bill paying. The computer is great and it has a wireless printer located in another room.
TV and computer in kitchen. Nice and necessary.
leaving the room to check a desktop computer or waiting for smart phones to load the answers.
Keeping the computer in a high-traffic area, like this
I like a computer area like this.
“Window and built in” — jelorac
Traditional Home Office
Ideabooks32,084
Questions12
What is the depth of the shelf with the computer on it? Thanks.
over pantry which shows off a cool pendant and adds light
Hidden computer area; miniature "office" nook behind doors.
on having a computer in the common areas of your home but like the idea of monitoring computer usage, how about tucking a desk with a computer into a closet
“hidden drop/workspace” — ckmooney
Harry Braswell Inc.
6 Reviews
Classic Kitchen
Ideabooks26,469
Questions10
like having space for the computer off the
computer area/mail station in kitchen/banquette area
computer nook something like this, but a place for a printer that is hidden
Where can I buy the computer?...I need information on the computer...Computer nook...pc table...nice little computer nitche...Cupboards above pc
“computer nook something like this, but a place for a printer that is hidden” — Martine Gorrill
Steven Stilwell Construction Inc.
4 Reviews
North of L.A. One of a Kind
Ideabooks3,564
Questions3
pass. Tip: Be mindful of sun glare on computer screens when designing a work area. Test the area with a computer and a table of similar height to the one
Add a workspace. If you have the space and funds to put in bookshelves and a desk area like this one, consider the pros and cons. A work area is terrific
“wood behind shelves” — justinmchugh
Scot Samuelson, AIA/NCARB
4 Reviews
Grey Croft
Ideabooks6,153
Questions7
built-ins are killer (though i would add the marble counter top); really like the desk and desk behind (good for computer/client setup); like that built-ins
office arrangement: desk in center, pivot to computer/drawers
seperate pc and desk...computer desk and writing table...shelf and pc table
“Study” — 4604home
Amoroso Design
San Carlos Residence Two
Ideabooks11,279
Questions8
TV and computer in kitchen. Nice and necessary.
Setting up the computer in the kitchen is a perfect solution for busy families. Many mothers and fathers
of their time in this room, making it a great space to house the family computer.
stellen, damit nicht zwangsläufig der Esstisch zum Arbeitsplatz wirdDen Computer oder andere Arbeitsmaterialien vor etwaigen Klecksereien schützen und in
The dark chalkboard lining the wall behind the desk area in this kitchen adds the perfect graphic element, grounding the design. How handy...who doesn't
“Chalk board and desk” — akjellgren
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