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Inspiration for a contemporary single-wall eat-in kitchen in London with flat-panel cabinets, grey cabinets and an island. — Houzz

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Susan Redman added this to 8 Essential Kitchen Style Decisions to Tick Off at Design Stage
7. Your eating arrangementsMany kitchens are part of an open-plan living area so it’s always useful to consider where the dining area will be placed in relation to the kitchen. When space is limited, try to position the dining area as close as possible to the kitchen but think of ways to avoid blocking natural light from windows (perhaps with a glass table, as seen here) or how to keep walkways clear (the built-in banquette bench below saves space in a narrow kitchen).To-die-for eat-in kitchens of every shape and size
Susan Redman added this to Up Against It: 8 Advantages of a Single-Wall Kitchen
3. Integrates seamlessly As we continue to dine out, take-out or order in our meals, kitchen duties that we would once do ourselves, including cooking, eliminate the necessity for a fully functional kitchen. This can be especially so for those people living in inner-city areas, which are usually surrounded by good restaurants and eateries. A single-wall kitchen unit can provide the basic services for someone who uses it infrequently, without compromising living space. By camouflaging a kitchen and painting it the same colour as the walls, its bulk will be less obvious. The focus of the room is directed elsewhere and, in the kitchen pictured here, to a gorgeous transparent dining setting. Add a kitchen cart or mobile bench that can be wheeled out for work duty when cooking for a crowd.
Amanda Pollard added this to 9 Ways to Make the Most of a Single-wall Kitchen
Pop in an islandIf your single-wall kitchen is lacking worktops, try adding prep space with an island. This freestanding version is the perfect fit, adding just enough extra storage and workspace to make the kitchen more functional. In a smaller room, you could pop in a narrow table instead, which can double up as a worktop and seating area.No room for an island? See how a table can work just as well

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tatiana_mukhina added this to Кухня Квартира
Шкафы в два ряда с разной глубиной
Kyra Oliver added this to Rooms I love
The chandeliers tops this room off perfectly.
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奥行きの違う吊り戸棚 フレ-ム効果

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