Emanuelis Stasaitis

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Amanda Pollard added this to 8 Cool Ways to Use Wood Panelling in Your Kitchen17 December 2018

Style a breakfast barIf you’re adding an island or breakfast bar to your kitchen, make the most of the surface below to add a tongue-and-groove detail. Here, a blue-green Shaker-style kitchen sits behind a peninsula unit lined with wood panels. A plain surface would have been fine, but the long lines of timber create another feature in the space, adding pattern without overwhelming the rest of the room.Here’s how a kitchen island can be more than an island

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Mini Gymmies added this to 3628 February 2020

Nice size.. think of Piey alwoods, Cathy toner, Charlie. U shaped or l shape with moveable high table

karanbirsingh927 added this to Flat Work11 April 2019

The Shaker Unit and Table for Meals

laurielarx added this to Kitchens30 December 2018

Tongue-and-groove breakfast bar with midcentury styling

caxford added this to Kitchen16 December 2018

Tongue and groove breakfast bar

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