Thanks to a skylight and the absence of conventional wall cabinets, the kitchen looks more like an airy extension of the living room than a dedicated space for cooking. With the sink, oven, and storage tucked behind and a long countertop in front, the island serves as a more versatile built-in feature.  Photo 7 of 11 in How Good Idea Studio Revamped a 1924 Clapboard House on a $62,000 Budget