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Add Lights Under Cabinets No matter how well you place downlights, upper cabinets will always block some of the light and make the space below them dark. To fight this, consider adding undercabinet lighting, as the team at John Kraemer & Sons did here. As with recessed downlights, undercabinet lighting should be placed above the center of cabinets, rather than too far forward or back. Consider kickplate lighting.
Add Lights Under Cabinets No matter how well you place downlights, upper cabinets will always block some of the light and make the space below them dark. To fight this, consider adding undercabinet lighting, as the team at John Kraemer & Sons did here. As with recessed downlights, undercabinet lighting should be placed above the center of cabinets, rather than too far forward or back. Place all lights on dimmers.
Plant in containers. Succulents are ideal container specimens, many of them happy to grow in the same pot for years. Some succulent species will tolerate less light than others, so if you choose the right species, you can grow succulents indoors in pots. Getting the potting mix right (see above) is crucial, and you need to check drainage holes regularly to avoid wet soil rotting plants.
Spice and knife storage.
Tall cabinet with roll-out shelves add storage is a tall cabinet; with adjustable roll-outs that matches the new cabinetry.
The National Kitchen and Bath Association planning guidelines recommend that prep space be “a section of continuous countertop at least 36 inches wide and 24 inches deep immediately next to the sink for a primary preparation/work area.” One option for a secondary prep location is a peninsula, as shown in this photo. Here, the peninsula also doubles as a serving station, since it is accessible to the dining room.
Large Single Sink 98 percent of people request a single-basin sink that is 30 to 33 inches wide and 9 inches deep. What makes the single basin all the rage? Double sinks cannot fit large pots and pans — and that drives them crazy!
If you can route your plumbing to the area, a corner sink can be a practical and beautiful use for a kitchen corner
Corner drawers like this work well for storing small items that can fit into the odd angles, making them a good place to store cooking utensils, seasoning jars and other small items.
This drawer option allows you to keep your counter to a basic L-shape while still getting handy drawer space.
The screens on the sides of this example make for a particularly attractive finish, letting you see inside just enough while giving an uncluttered appearance.
Another idea for refrigerator side of kitchen.
Sugg: Move refrigerator to center of wall and have storage cabinets on each side; no counter space.
A small board like this can still tackle a lot of ironing, and it tucks away to almost nothing when not in use. This clever design also neatly pivots for ease of use.
If you have a walk-in closet or corridor like this, then a half-size pullout ironing board that tucks out of the way when not in use could be just the ticket.