Coffee bar

The space under the stairs was made useful as a coffee bar and for overflow storage. Ample lighting and a sink make it useful for entertaining as well.

Photos: Dave Remple

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Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to 20 Compact Kitchenette Designs You Will Love12 October 2019

10. Firm: Lisa Robazza DesignThe space below the stairs provides a good spot to incorporate a compact kitchenette.

Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to What Are Wet & Dry Kitchens?21 August 2019

ConsThe dry kitchen is much smaller than a wet kitchen.Most of the urban apartments in multistoreyed buildings are not planned with separate wet and dry kitchens in the interior layout. Therefore, the dry kitchen needs to be scooped out from common areas of the home and it results in a smaller living or dining room.Read more:8 Modern & Efficient Kitchen DesignsIndian Kitchens: 8 Modern Designs for City LifeTell us: What do you think of the wet and dry kitchen phenomenon? Share your thoughts in Comments below.

Louise O'Bryan added this to Lifestyle Changes: How To Boost Your Bank Account27 March 2017

Drink your own coffee In a similar vein to baking your own bread, investing in a coffee machine and bean grinder will encourage you to make your own, good-quality coffee to drink at home and take away. A thermos flask or a sustainable coffee cup not only keeps a few extra rupees in your pocket each day, it will save on environmentally harmful coffee cups too.

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Briony Kennedy added this to Briony's Ideas31 July 2020

inside door of butlers pantry /coffee tea area maybe wine bar instead of drawers?

toksandazeez added this to toksandazeez's ideas21 July 2020

This is why we need contrast. Too white and monotonous.