Leaving no cabinets close to a kitchen window may sound like a big no-no, but if you have some space to spare where a cabinet wouldn’t normally fit, adding open shelves is a great alternative. This is even better for smaller kitchens that have a need for storage but can also benefit from some open space. We dressed up the space with a total of $42 by using 10″-wide LACK shelves!
Working from home can be great and very comfortable. However, the secret to a successful design for an IKEA home office that will inspire you to get to work is creating a space that will truly work for your own personal needs. IKD designed a home office for two with an independent desk for $5,760 with SOFIELUND doors in a walnut finish and ABSTRAKT doors in a cream color with a high-gloss finish. (Discontinued)
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It’s got it all: open shelves, glass doors, floating shelf, different heights and recesses -all in 100”!
The recessed island’s center is a wine cove; bottles stacked on each side with glasses stored in the center cabinet. The raised bar near the refrigerator is convenient for placing food – and the floating shelf to the left shows picture frames or even some small pots with fresh herbs.
The island’s total dimension is 100” x 24”. We’ve designed with two standard 15″ base cabinets, two 9″ Perfekt open shelves in birch, a 39″ wall cabinet, a 30″ glass door cabinet, toe base material and a Lack wall shelf. See detailed plan below:
Take advantage of any reduced space in your kitchen and consider these other IKEA kitchen island ideas. Get started today.