By Leonce Nathanael. Kitchen Design. Published at Wednesday, March 14th, 2018 - 09:59:52 AM.
That extra surface area is perfect for prep, but you’ll want it to be well-lit. Add a row of striking pendant lights to brighten up the entire kitchen.
If you have an incredible collection of copper cookware—put it to good use when you’re not cooking. Hang the gleaming pots and pans on the wall for to give the space a bit of old-world patina.
Also known as a G-shaped kitchen, this layout has an extra counter that extends from a U-shaped kitchen. Use that extra counter area for casual dinners or your morning coffee. Pull up a few barstools and take advantage of an extra dining spot.
A small one-wall kitchen doesn’t need to be the focal point of the space—especially when you’re in a studio. Install folding doors or panels to close it up (and hide clutter) when it’s not in use.
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