Kitchen Trolley Designs & Ideas
The kitchen of this late-1950s ranch home was separated from the dining and living areas by two walls. To gain more storage and create a sense of openness, two banks of custom cabinetry replace the walls. The installation of multiple skylights floods the space with light. The remodel respects the mid-20th century lines of the home while giving it a 21st century freshness. Photo by Mosby Building Arts.
Kitchen - marya_shakil
4. The kitchen here features a centralised cooking station. The sturdy trolley on castors serves as a mobile extension to the kitchen counter. It can be used in a number of ways – from a breakfast bar to a separate island, from a preparation desk to a serving table. Look, the stools can be tucked underneath it, too. - tulika_tee
Photos by Mark Lohman and styled by Sunday Henrickson for Tumbleweed & Dandelion.
Kitchen - psreddy45415
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A modular kitchen is designed to make life simpler and smarter. Go for base materials that are low on maintenance. Steel is a good option; it’s very durable, super easy to keep clean and the new designs are so trendy! Go for it! Have a look at this contemporary modern kitchen that makes use of stainless steel sinks, holders and even countertop. - gauthamramamurthy
Boston Home Magazine
Baking station. If marble counters are out of the question (or you rent), investing in a marble-topped baking station is a wonderful way to bring marble into the kitchen in a big way, without breaking the bank. The naturally cool surface of marble is a favorite of bakers, because it helps keep dough cool (and easier to work with) longer. - aditis081
An easy-roll island can come across the kitchen to support big meal jobs like Thanksgiving. The butcher block top is a portable cutting surface. And when you're done, pop it back into place & engage the easy-lock wheels for no movement. Beautiful!
One can move it around as a serving cart or drag it to the centre to serve as an island. Ingenious. - swati4
This island home is inspired by tradition and classical comfort. Each element strikes a bold chord, yet all come together as a seamless whole. A stained glass cabinet door, carefully designed mosaic stove guard, thick trim, and Italian soapstone countertops blend flourish with sentiment. Wallpaper, glass cabinet doors, and traditional overhead lamps whisper of whimsical nostalgia for a simpler time. Without seeming antiquated, this kitchen charms and wows.
Photos by: Jeff Roberts
Project by: Maine Coast Kitchen Design
Sweet kitchen - meenalpatil
Similarly, this portable table on wheels can be used to keep utensils, pots and pans. It can also conveniently double as a counter for a quick meal. - ravi_totawar