Happy Lil Retro Kitchen Transitional Kitchen, New York
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Inspiration for a mid-sized transitional l-shaped separate kitchen in New York with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, wood benchtops, white splashback, ceramic splashback, stainless steel appliances, linoleum floors and no island. — Houzz
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Julia Fairley added this to
10. Harness the powerHands up who has ever found themselves crouched on the floor, fumbling to plug a cord into a power point positioned mere millimetres above the carpet. In some rooms it’s smart to locate power points close to the floor, but the home office can be an exception. Why? Because when we work, we plug and unplug our phone, computer and tablet chargers with a similar frequency to when we cook using kitchen appliances (and we all know that power points in the kitchen are more accessible at bench height). So save your spine and position your power points within arm’s reach.
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6. Create a charging stationA plethora of devices need charging these days. Create a docking drawer with a hidden charging station or power points so you can keep your smartphones and iPads out of sight.11 kitchen specialist storage ideas to know now
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16. Location: New York, USAFeatures: Every kitchen should have a charging drawer – no more unsightly cables.