Ever since this midcentury modern home was built in the 1960s, a 7-foot-by-20-inch corner of its transition area between the kitchen and the outdoor deck and patio were dead space. With some clever cabinet placement and a colorful wall update, it's now a full-fledged workstation complete with tons of concealed storage.
When they need a place to jot down grocery lists, make budgets or send emails, the owners can enjoy this dedicated workspace in the corner of the kitchen. A modern sconce illuminates the desk, while the wood chair complements the kitchen's earthy color palette.
Not an inch of space goes to waste in this open plan kitchen. Rather, the designers installed a desk beneath the floating China cabinet, with a marble topper that helps tie the whole space together. Now the owners can use this corner as a workstation for drafting grocery lists and sending emails.
One could spend days right here in this heavenly kitchen. There's plenty of room. Camp out at the island; gather round the breakfast table. Do a little emailing at the built-in workstation. Or get cooking with the chef-grade appliances.
This contemporary kitchen design provides a dedicated space for a breakfast nook and a workstation for cooking. The dark stone countertops play well against the white subway tile backsplash and cabinetry.
This kitchen renovation took two rooms, the kitchen and the dining room, and opened them up to one larger room that caters to many different household tasks. The open kitchen now features a kitchen island that doubles as a workstation and eating area.