A kitchenette, that is simply a small kitchen, can supply all of the cooking necessities to get a smaller living space. It also can offer a welcome layer of convenience in a larger home. Whether you’re downsizing, moving into a microunit or wanting the convenience of a mini kitchen in the cellar, guest suite or garage, those layouts have ideas for you.
This brilliant kitchenette inside an oversize armoire includes a sink, a microwave, a mini fridge and induction heat. This setup is ideal for a loft, a guesthouse or office space.
Eminent Interior Layout
This clever kitchenette definitely falls from the camp. A beautiful second kitchen, it’s adjacent to the dining area and features a refrigerator and freezer drawer; coffee and other drinks can be served easily from it. The sink and bar area could have been fully concealed behind beautiful walnut doors also.
Bill Fry Construction – Wm. H. Fry Const. Co..
Open shelves provides lots of storage in this finished garage and permit for positioning of this kitchenette below a window. This handy setup allows the garage to be utilized as a fun space that opens into the outside.
Mosaik Design & Remodeling
Many new appliances available on the market make designing a kitchenette easier. The microwave added into the kitchenette of this finished basement is ideal for making popcorn or heating drinks.
Here’s a kitchenette built for convenience; it’s used by extended family in a holiday home. The home includes bigger spaces where everyone can collect and smaller suites with kitchenettes and laundry facilities.
Old World Kitchens & Custom Cabinets
Greater than 9 feet wide, this kitchenette packs lots of options for cooking and food storage into a very practical footprint. It features a counter-depth 24-inch refrigerator, a sink, a toaster with induction cooktop, a microwave and a mini dishwasher.
Kitchenettes are excellent attributes for flats or guesthouses. But be cautious: Guests might never leave with convenience similar to this. This kitchenette comes with a cheap freestanding refrigerator, a sink and a microwave.
By Brooke Interiors
The void under a staircase delivers a wonderful opportunity for a kitchenette in a duplex or finished basement. This kitchenette has a sink, microwave, dishwasher and wet bar.
A kitchenette could be a place where you can express your inner design diva. This space in a recreation room of a bigger home is hot with fire-engine-red tile in Ann Sacks.
This 7-foot-wide kitchenette with a back door also functions as a butler’s pantry and mudroom. It features a sink, a beverage centre and an ice machine.
Three Legged Pig Design
This pied-à-terre kitchenette was intended for part time living with light cooking capacity. The plan features a Vario gasoline two-burner cooktop, a sink and an undercounter refrigerator. Notice that the fantastic window mounted in sink height instead of a backsplash.
Stacy McLennan Interiors
Kitchenettes are typically lined up along one wall. They could even have a footprint as small as a corner. The real amenities depend on the function of the area. A kitchenette such as this is ideal for a finished basement or diversion area; you may have fun with the counter tops, since oil splatter from cooking isn’t a concern.
Featured in this kitchenette are a sink, a beverage centre and an undercounter dishwasher by Fisher and Paykel.
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