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SOMETIMES LESS IS MORE IN KITCHEN DESIGN

I’m loving this kitchen featured on thekitchn.com.  Looks like she’s having way too much fun, huh?  Of course I can’t help noticing the design. (Maybe that’s what she’s so happy about.)  There is a great idea here.   Open space.   In this case there is a window in the way which does not allow for an upper cabinet.   Even if the window was 15″ or so further to the left that corner area is very difficult to reach.   One solution is to put open shelves there or, nothing!   It’s okay to have some open spaces in the kitchen when they make sense.   It can even create an opportunity for art, which is always a good thing!

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Gloria Graham-Sollecito

Gloria is a kitchen and bath cabinetry designer with AKBD certification from the National Kitchen & Bath Association. She has also served on the Florida Treasure Coast Chapter's Board of Directors as the VP of Communications. Her work has appeared on This Old House as well as in Florida Design Magazine, K+BB Magazine and the Palm Beach Post. She is co-author of The Complete Idiots Guide to Remodeling Your Kitchen, Illustrated, as well as a freelanced writer contributing occasionally to the Sun Sentinel in the area of kitchen design. She is a proud member of the Blanco Design Council and the illustrious Brizo Blogger 19.

Comments

Yvonne

I just LOVE that window,adds to the light and a feeling of outside, even if it means less cabinet space- there’s lotsa cabinets there anyway.

Yvonne/Mom

Pam

Interesting balance–a wolf stove + Ikea cabinets. I love the openness. Also the blinds that give you privacy and light. Less is more–without tons of space you accumulate less and are very careful about what you need. Nice example of this.

Gloria Graham

Thanks for the comments. I agree!

Mathew Leonard

Really good ideas .This kitchen looks great .Liked the way you utilized the corner area.

Ruby Knolls

@ Yvonne I agree the window adds a good ambience to the ktichen

Sheila Ballaban-Kastigar

The open space in front of that window is breathing room. Without it the kitchen would be too cluttered..It’s refreshing space..

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