The instructions provided were decent enough but going on YouTube and finding a video for step by step was great since I’m a visual learner. Only problem is squaring it as my doors don’t line up.. figure I need a tool for those carriage bolts
I will take you on a ridiculously detailed tour of these beauties because 1.) I can and 2.) you might just want to steal borrow some of these ideas! Let’s start with my rolling craft cart shall we?
Apartment Therapy writer Nancy Mitchell lives in a small studio in Manhattan with very limited counter space. She remedied that by bringing in a compact rolling cart which acts as an island.
This little space takes some big risks that have huge style payoffs. From the bold yellow cabinetry to the blue accent wall, it’s easy to overlook the pint-sized floor plan of this boldly-colored space.
Sometimes, all you need to create a small dining area for one or two is a tiny table tucked in any open space you might have between cabinets and your appliances, like in this hyper efficient (and totally lust-worthy) kitchen.
Eat-in kitchen - mid-sized modern u-shaped ceramic floor eat-in kitchen idea in Miami with a drop-in sink, flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, solid surface countertops, green backsplash, mosaic tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and no island Darker cabinets and lighter counter
Skip wall cabinets and opt for open shelving (in clean, unfinished wood) for a more modern feel. Add a matte black KitchenAid, and we are totally swooning.
In a narrow space, it’s sometimes best to opt for a simple color scheme like this to keep the look as airy as possible. The chevron detail keeps the palette consistent, but adds extra visual interest.
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