Modern Kitchen, Hingham MAModern Kitchen, Boston

Peter Venderwarker

This is an example of a mid-sized modern single-wall eat-in kitchen in Boston with a single-bowl sink, solid surface benchtops, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, stainless steel appliances, dark hardwood floors, with island and brown floor. —  Houzz
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Four Cheeky Monkeys added this to How to Plan a Family-Friendly Home2 June 2015

Place a study nook near the kitchenIn today’s day and age, it is inevitable that children will access technology and the internet. With this comes the stress of monitoring online activities to optimise your child’s safety. To keep a watchful eye on what your children are accessing online, a study nook located within close visual proximity to the hub of the home can prove to be very handy. This can double as a useful zone for paying bills, checking emails or searching for some inspirational recipe ideas while remaining in the main living areas. As long as you have the wall recess and power access for an IT zone, you do not need to fit it out with carpentry when you first build. This flexible space can be used in a multitude of ways by placing different furniture items that fit within the zone (e.g. bookcase, credenza, buffet). When the time is right for your family, you can then invest in converting it to an IT zone tailored to your family’s personal needs.10 thumbs-up study nooks for teens

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gms3507 added this to 4897 Harbor Hills Dr.22 September 2020

Clerestory windows and islands facing toward dining area

sadilman added this to Adilman5 August 2020

fir trim with cedar panel ceiling

gumionline added this to Kitchen15 July 2020

Have U-shaped kitchen with lots of cabinet. On the east wall, just have cabinets and have a window on the top

AnneM added this to Small bathrooms, Houghton14 July 2020

The counter is a solid surface product from Formica, not a laminate; walls are Dune White