Harlem Apartment - KitchenEclectic Kitchen, New York

Example of an eclectic single-wall kitchen design in New York with a drop-in sink, shaker cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets and black appliances —  Houzz
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profdgt wrote:Nov 17, 2011
  • bronacos
    First thing that caught my eye is the terrible location of spices! Also the stove beside the fridge is another #fail. I know NYC small kitchens are a challange, but there's got to be a better way!
  • Kay Getaway
    I AGREE WITH YOU BRONACOS. THE STOVE AND THE CABINET SHOULD SWITCH PLACE. RIGHT NEXT TO THE REFRIGERATOR SHOULD BE A PEDESTAL OF CABINET DRAWERS, THEN THE STOVE AND SINK. THE SPICES CAN BE PLACED IN A SPICE RACK FOR DRAWERS.
animocean wrote:Jan 5, 2014
hedgetoad wrote:Apr 16, 2012
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    Scheer & Co. Interior Design
    It is a dishwasher under the sink, and it did work. It was modified to fit around pipes under the sink, making the top tray smaller than most, but it was still a functioning dishwasher in a tiny NYC apartment, so I had NO complaints!
  • megbetz
    I assume it's a specially-designed dishwasher: can you tell me the brand name? Thanks!
mholmes2004 wrote:Dec 19, 2011
  • bepsf
    IKEA
  • Aileen Dingus
    Any hardware store- that's just pegboard with hooks, and a magnetic strip.
oldkitchen12 wrote:Nov 24, 2012

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    lfrederick
    Lisa Frederick added this to Single-Wall Galley Kitchens Catch the 'I'Dec 12, 2012

    Cons of I-Shape KitchensLess storage area. Because cabinetry must share wall space with countertops and appliances, storage comes at a premium in this layout. In addition to editing down your kitchen paraphernalia, consider specialized cabinet and drawer inserts; hooks, racks and open shelving on adjacent walls; freestanding case goods; and other space savers.Limited countertop surface. As with cabinetry, countertop space in an I-shape kitchen is precious. Consider a small portable island that you can pull in when you need more prep space, or use your dining table as a worktable.

    vanessa_brunner
    Vanessa Brunner added this to How to Set Up a Kitchen Work TriangleDec 21, 2011

    4. Make adjustments and design decisions that fit your kitchen best — there are no set rules.Above all else, you want your kitchen to work for you. While the kitchen work triangle is a great guide, by no means is it set in stone. You may have to design a kitchen with everything on a single wall — in which case the work triangle would be impossible to set up. Just be sure to pay close attention to each and every measurement when setting up your kitchen workspace— a few inches can make a big difference, especially in small kitchens.

    lilygahagan
    Lily Gahagan added this to Houzz Tour: Killy and Oliver's Hip Harlem ApartmentFeb 26, 2011

    "The kitchen was literally a strip of wall in the living room, with a 2' x 1.5' section of countertop, one drawer and a few cabinets," Killy shares. "Utilizing the walls for vertical storage was essential; every nook and cranny was considered a potential storage opportunity."

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    ksmdesign
    ksmdesign added this to kitchen 2019Mar 7, 2019

    magnetic strip for knives, spice shelves but not behind the range

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