Sterling ApartmentModern Kitchen, New York
Photo by Steve Williams
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Library wall. If books are one of your great loves, consider dedicating a kitchen wall to bookshelves. You can house a good portion of those books that seem to multiply when you’re not looking, while keeping kitchen storage options flexible. As long as the shelves are large enough, a future owner could just as easily use them to store dishes, cookware or cookbooks.
14. Put a counter-height table in the kitchen. This works great for galley kitchens. It creates more workspace, and with a few stools can easily accommodate a small dinner party. Tip: Keep the stools’ backs below counter height so they can slide easily out of the way.