Causeway Condominium

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Becky Harris added this to Galley Layout: How to Make a Narrow Kitchen Work For You22 February 2019

5. Open and streamlined An opened-up galley kitchen has its pros and cons. On one hand, it tends to feel larger, enjoy more natural light and encourage socialising (and maybe even helping with the food prep). On the other, it means potentially losing a wall of upper cabinets and appliances. Architect Stephanie Horowitz of ZeroEnergy Design and her husband, Alex, renovated their Boston condo’s open galley kitchen to suit the way they knew their family would function in a tight kitchen space. The renovation included relocating a laundry room-pantry door, which had been where the framed print now hangs. “Having a large door in the kitchen disrupted the flow and access. Plus, laundry and food storage are a bad mix, as a laundry room is often a humid space,” Stephanie says. The upper cabinets that extend to the ceiling increase the room’s storage potential. And, like the Los Angeles kitchen, a counter-depth fridge keeps everything pleasingly streamlined.

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mjdesigninc added this to caroline brisson18 November 2019

frigo encerclé, grande portes horixontales

Brenda Raikes added this to Brenda's ideas17 November 2019

simple line no clutter. cabnet really like

lespinosa added this to Kitchen ideas19 October 2019

Could we use an accent wall color?

Joyce added this to My ideas11 October 2019

like the contrast wall color, gives visual interest

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