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Mahoney Architects & Interiors
18 Reviews
Traditional kitchen and addition
Ideabooks11,247
Questions15
peninsula with cabinets, island workspace
“Kitchen” — Shahida Razzaq
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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Francie Milano Kitchens inc.
9 Reviews
Harvey Cedars Kitchen
Ideabooks1,100
Questions1
This kitchen is always ready for a party. Open shelves accommodate the most readily used items while a butler's pantry holds the rest. photo by John Martinelli
“Swinging door” — deanne24
Robin Rigby Fisher CMKBD/CAPS
17 Reviews
Transitional Craftsman Kitchen
Ideabooks21,565
Questions24
wall kitchen divider - wan to change to 2-level island workspace
I have a small L-shaped kitchen with an entry by half wall. Wall is 103" long by 42" high. Thinking about changing to split level with seating on one side and counter level workspace on other. Need workplace low enough to conceal some
“Shelves on island” — Don Johnston
Cameo Kitchens, Inc.
12 Reviews
Cubbage Kitchen 5
Ideabooks4,486
Questions9
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
“don't like all squares running the same way” — carlahodge
Rasmussen / Su Architects
8 Reviews
fitler square renovation
Ideabooks3,320
Questions14
Give yourself work zones. If your kitchen layout includes an island, it's nice to put either the cooktop or sink in it to create an efficient workspace. I'm personally not a fan of having a hulking vent hood smack dab in the middle of the kitchen, so putting a sink there is preferable. Family and
Give yourself work zones. If your kitchen layout includes an island, it's nice to put either the cooktop or sink in it to create an efficient workspace. I'm personally not a fan of having a hulking vent hood smack dab in the middle of the kitchen, so putting a sink there is preferable. Family and friends
“grey wall color” — mltennis
Jenni Leasia Design
8 Reviews
Informal French Kitchen
Ideabooks7,196
Questions29
kitchen. Plus they could access the fridge for a drink or snack without getting into the main workspace. We considered putting a second sink in the island . . . but ultimately decided that the uninterrupted workspace along with the informal eating was more valuable. It isn't a big kitchen but it has worked
“love this ivory stain.” — Vanessa Druckman
Kerri Robusto Interiors
6 Reviews
Harvest Pointe Project
Ideabooks28,706
Questions8
I love this pantry. I like the workspace inside the pantry and also the drawers
Counter workspace
“Kelsey wants this” — nickherrild
Luciano Group
Melrose Kitchen
Ideabooks660
Questions2
Furniture style desk custom made and kitchen which doubles as more countertop & workspace
Workspace/Food Space
“Paint color” — lskent6
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Main Street Landscape
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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NOVA Design
North VA Design & Remodeling Firm
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