Upper East Side residence

Bruce Buck photographer

Kitchen cabinets in pear wood combined with vintage St. Charles metal upper cabinets with clear glass doors. Metal cabinetry was sandblasted and clear finish was applied. Polished Stainless steel was used on appliances with white countertops and glass backsplash.

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Archana Rajendran added this to Compact Kitchen Layouts That are Perfect for Small Apartments8 May 2017

5. Peninsula kitchens Ideal for: Semi-enclosed spaces and open floor plans.A peninsula is usually an attached extension to the counter, which acts as a separator between the kitchen area and the rest of the home. This provides more space-efficiency than an island, which needs clearance on all four sides. The peninsula can be used as a workspace and dining table.Tips on how to decide between an island and a peninsulaRead more:How to style up your small kitchen11 ways to make your kitchen look and feel biggerTell us:How have you tackled space issues in your kitchen? Share your solutions in the Comments section below.

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Ann Haslett added this to Braeside kitchen2 Jun 2019

could do a small peninsula instead of an island

HU-538182872 added this to Wish List27 May 2019

Maybe counter could come out between sink and door

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