365,766 prep space Home Design Photos

Mascheroni Construction
10 Reviews
Haight Ashbury
Ideabooks93,614
Questions21
our closets with other items)..and I don't mind seeing the cord when it is pulled out. Because we have a small kitchen, I'm just looking for extra prep space that we currently do not have....and I think this would work great if it can be done.
counter top. That I can easily wash. Otherwise the board attracts mice in the fall/winter. I use the boards a lot for extra space. They almost double my counter top usable space in times of need.
FABULOUS IDEA!!! Love this! Especially where space is limited! WOW!
extra counter space with chopping board
This is a great way to save space!
Extra counter space and cutting board
Great idea for extra prep space in a small kitchen
Needed counter space in our tiny kitchen!
“Potential recycling unit for end of counter” — elissadabiri
Holly Marder
The home of Tessa & Martin
Ideabooks1,043
Questions1
When prep space and the budget are both tight, consider adding a stovetop cutting board to maximize your prep space. Just be sure that the item you buy is actually built to be used atop a stove so the underside
Stove cover / chopping board - space saving idea
Butcher block over the burners to add countertop space. Be sure butcher block is made for this purpose so it will not burn if knob accidentally turned on.
What a clean space..dark faucet, stainless round sink, simple counter top.
When prep space and the budget are both tight, consider adding a stovetop cutting board to maximize your prep space. Just be sure that the item you buy is actually built to be used atop a stove so the underside
“ikea cabinet” — seashorehome
Meredith Heron Design
5 Reviews
Trickett Kitchen
Ideabooks25,592
Questions21
love this layout, but not sure if it would fit in my space - particularly interested to see how wide the room is to support the island
Desk space for near current circle table
can help you figure out exactly how to position your work triangle. Adequate prep space is often forgotten because it's not explicitly included in the work triangle equation. It's usually a good idea to have one prep space near the sink and one near the stove. Put utensils, pots and spices near the stove
function and the amount of space available, you can start figuring out what furniture will work best. While function and space are important, you don't want to forget about comfort either. Ask the same questions about your existing or future furniture that you're asking about the space itself. What can you
“Deak” — leopard4121
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Sabet-Wood Residence
Ideabooks9,662
Questions6
kitchen where they could enjoy large dinner parties as well as a space to work on their art projects,” says Karla Rodriguez, HartmanBaldwin's marketing director.Kitchen tables double as prep space. Islands obviously provide great prep space, as they often include a sink, dishwasher and trash disposal. But
table in mere steps. By placing an ornate area rug under the table, this space feels more like a dining room than a kitchen. It reminds me of a chef's table in a high-end restaurant.
Above kitchen cabinets. Why not use that space above your kitchen cabinets to showcase your collection? These musical
An old wooden table with a rich patina warms up any kitchen but works especially well when the kitchen opens to a wider living space. Add a soft rug underfoot to boost the comfort factor even more.
“refrigerator cabinet” — nrlimo
Innenarchitektur-Rathke
Loft N
Ideabooks801
Questions0
Vent hood w down lighting closer to prep space
An elongated vent hood with built-in lighting makes this ultramodern space shine. Placing non fluorescent downlighting lower than ceiling
An elongated vent hood with built-in lighting makes this ultramodern space shine. Placing nonfluorescent downlighting lower than ceiling level helps to diffuse and soften the light while still keeping the prep space bright.
ceiling level helps to diffuse and soften the light while still keeping the prep space bright.
An elongated vent hood with built-in lighting makes this ultramodern space shine. Placing nonfluorescent downlighting lower than ceiling level helps to diffuse and soften the light while still keeping the prep space bright.
“Lights” — debwick8
debtex
Kitchen
Ideabooks2,007
Questions2
A breakfast bar is another way to span a low window. It can also be used as prep space.
Bar / prep area in front of windows
Pivoting bar top! It swivels to the. Create more counter space! Genius
Breakfast bar across window space
A breakfast bar is another way to span a low window. It can also be used as prep space.
used as prep space.
“Breakfast Bar by Window” — phavion
Brunelleschi Construction
18 Reviews
Alterman
Ideabooks1,146
Questions1
This small space demanded attention to detail and smart solutions, starting with the table in chairs. Too tiny for a standard kitchen table, we added a table that folds down against the wall with foldable chairs that can be hung on the wall when not in use. Typically neglected space between the refrigerator
and the wall was turned into spice cabinets, ceiling height uppers maximize storage, and a mirrored backsplash creates the illusion of more space. But small spaces don't have to be vacant of character, as proven by the distressed aqua cabinetry and mismatched knobs.
Good use of space, mirrored black splash
adds extra prep space or folds
walnut table built at counter height to create extra prep space.
“Space saver” — Ashlee Newman
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Textiles Charm an Open Brooklyn Loft
Ideabooks3,112
Questions5
Chinatown, where he commissioned a custom kitchen cart. The cart’s lightness keeps it from making the space feel closed off while still adding storage and prep space.
I like the idea of a prep table
stainless prep island/worktable Homeowner James Botha solved this problem with a trip to New York’s Chinatown, where he commissioned a custom kitchen cart. The cart’s lightness keeps it from making the space feel closed off while still adding storage and prep space.
York’s Chinatown, where he commissioned a custom kitchen cart. The cart’s lightness keeps it from making the space feel closed off while still adding storage and prep space.See more of this airy loftMore: Browse mobile carts in the Houzz Products section
“Nice color wood floor” — Carol Richardson
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