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The open kitchen is fitted with Perla Venato Quartzite countertops and timber cabinetry.
The ground-floor living spaces connect to the walkway and the outdoors via oversized sliding doors with retractable fly-screen doors.
The double-height kitchen includes cabinets finished with two-pack polyurethane, a Corian kitchen countertop, and an island topped with Quantum Quartz.
“We wanted it to be a restful environment,” says interior designer Ashley Sanford. “Everything has a matte finish so that your eye slides across everything. There aren’t harsh elements that distract.”
A neutral color palette is combined with wood flooring and cabinetry to provide warmth in the airy interior space.
The chef's kitchen has an eat-in counter, Miele appliances, and a wine cooler.
View of kitchen, outdoor porch, and roof deck above by Low Design Office
Sliding door separating the rooms. The heart of the living room. The japanese inspired sliding doors acts fully flexible as room divider. When having guest it can be fully closed and for full privacy a curtain is available. Kitchen can also be closed and noise cancelling when cooking, or fully closed during messy days.
Details. We look around the bus and see a bit of ourselves in every inch. It's important to be surrounded by things that mean something to you in a tiny space.
The bus kitchen. Our favorite part is the reclaimed barn board countertop. We scored the rustic original boards at a farm yard sale and refinished them ourselves. Our water pump and fridge run off of our solar battery bank. We kept things really simple in that you don't see a permanent stove/oven. We do use a toaster oven when we're plugged in to shore power (special occasions!) but mainly cook all of our delicious meals on a butane portable stove. It works wonderfully!
Full-height glazing floods the interiors with natural light.
The fridge is concealed behind grain-matched walnut doors (and a very cute dog).
The kitchen is fitted with Dekton countertops by Cosentino, a porcelain tile backsplash by Iris Ecocrete, and custom wood-veneer cabinetry.
The kitchen counters are Basaltina from Stone Source. The custom cabinets have a white, matte lacquer finish.
The kitchen includes a four-burner stovetop, convection oven, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, sink, breakfast bar, and custom cabinetry.
The upper loft has another mattress, so the tiny home can comfortably sleep up to four. Linens are included in the rental.
The open kitchen is fitted with black granite counters, a ceramic backsplash, and melamine cabinets.
Custom woodwork on the kitchen cabinetry mirror the slant of the roofline. Recycled brick was used on the upper portion of the wall.
The kitchen was updated with high-end finishes and a sleek contemporary style.
A 1904 cottage in San Francisco gets a third-floor addition with interior and exterior renovations, meeting the needs of a growing family while upholding the standards of sustainability.
"The design gives the owners a sense of connection," note the architects. "The doors are always open, and the family spills naturally out to the garden."
The owners wanted to create a space that was livable, yet one where they could also easily entertain.
The kitchen has been modernizing it in a period-appropriate manner and includes plenty of well-designed storage space.
Designed to encourage communal cooking, the kitchen includes counter seating with Bacco Leather Counterstools (Design within Reach), as well as a built-in bar with a glassware display.
Potrero Residence Breakfast
Herringbone glass tile from Interstyle
Nerd Stools by Muuto
The couple wanted a home where they could relax, cook meals, listen to music together, and leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind.
High ceilings make the narrow footprint feel more expansive. A short, glazed passage connects the polycarbonate structure to this room. That passageway also hosts the front entry.
A streamlined kitchen is defined by its white cabinetry against the surrounding cedar walls. The floor is composed of Ash wood.
All the kitchen cabinetry is now in solid walnut from Poliform.
Beyond the living room is a kitchen with pullouts, closets, full-size tiny appliances, and a large Ruvatti sink.
A restrained material palette creates a tranquil atmosphere in the elegantly appointed, open kitchen.
The Open Kitchen and Dining Table
The cabins come stocked with snacks for purchase, including coffee, teas, pasta, s’mores, and popcorn.
Fashioned from beechwood countertops that were supplied free with six kitchens worth of Ikea cabinets, the huge island is the hub of the kitchen. No framing was needed to build it because the cabinets below support the weight.
The kitchen cabinets were updated in a pecan finish, in roughly the original layout. Originally, the kitchen had a wall separating it from the rest of the room, and two sliding doors that could be opened. This wall was removed to open the kitchen to the living space.
kitchen- green cube storage containing two refrigerators inside, a water bar, a coffee machine as well as dishes and food supply.
The cube was then "wrapped around" by a  glass vitrine divided by stone-white colored Belgium profiles with  two entries one on each side of the cube leading to a  family-room.
Natural materials such as concrete, stone, and wood give the architecture a rugged honesty that allows it to harmonize with the pine trees and stone outcroppings outdoors.
Kitchen and island
The kitchen now looks out to the big, open deck which houses expansive tree views.
Corrugated metal siding was used for the exterior of the house, and natural wood and plywood were used throughout the interiors.
The footprint of the home was configured to accommodate all of the existing trees without risking damage to their roots. An exception was made for a tree which sat in the middle of the property which was showing signs of decay. A dense Canadian Maple, the tree was milled and repurposed as the central island/dining room table—also built by Duerksen himself—and is now located only 10 feet from its original location.
The architects gently reworked the interior layout, replacing a small sitting room and bath/laundry with a new kitchen. The kitchen's wood cabinetry "references the original timber joinery elsewhere," write the architects.
At the center of the house, on the upper level, is a kitchen and dining area fitted with glazed walls thst can be opened to connect with the outdoor decks, and green landscape.
The original load bearing wall was replaced with a wood beam and vertical supports, creating a more open floor plan.
The exterior wall of the kitchen reveals the original brickwork.  Gray, full-height, seamless cabinets match the hue of the gray painted brick. Two light blue counter stools add a pop of color.
The kitchen and dining area from the other angle.

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