Brightly colored accessories and multicolored countertops bring fun energy to this cabana kitchenette. Outdoor entertaining is a cinch with storage space, a place to prep food and a grill conveniently located nearby.
The home's private garden has an outdoor kitchenette making this the perfect space for relaxing or entertaining. The space is crafted from durable materials, such as flagstone, brick and Spanish tile, ensuring that this space will stand the test of time and the elements.
The studio apartment contains a small kitchenette, pull-out sofa and bathroom/changing room. The dark cabinet colors create a calm, tranquil environment and work with the bluestone paving that extends into the poolhouse.
You may never leave the master bedroom. A custom floor to ceiling wall unit houses a great refreshment area for morning and evening as well as tons of storage space. Door can cover the kitchenette when it's not in use.
A bright yellow backplash pops off the sleek white cabinets in this interior design studio kitchenette. Pale wood floors add to the lightness of the space, while a water dispenser, microwave and bar area make the space functional for work.
The kitchenette is a combination of high gloss white and gray cabinets, white countertop, chrome pulls and faucet, stainless steel fridge and walnut soffit for warmth. The recessed can lights have a dark bronze trim to disappear into the ceiling.
From the floating shelves to the midcentury cabinets, every inch of this kitchenette serves a purpose. Two wood stools pull right up to the wrap-around counter and encourage guests to make use of the coffee bar.
Countertops made of recycled glass are colorful, eco-friendly and durable. The artisan who fabricates these particular countertops, Dakota Surfaces, makes a weekly run to IKEA to collect broken glass from damaged furniture and housewares.
Black cabinets are paired with neutral stone countertops and brown tile floor in this home theater wet bar and mini kitchen. Small brown square tiles create a eye-catching backsplash, while glass upper cabinets allow the homeowners to display glassware.