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Trending on Remodelista: The Little Things, Kitchen Remodel Edition

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Trending on Remodelista: The Little Things, Kitchen Remodel Edition

September 10, 2021

There are some great-looking kitchens on Remodelista this week, but what impressed us most about them were the small, smart tweaks to conventional kitchen design. To wit:

The Step-Down Shelf for Mail

This kitchen for an LA architect features an integrated shelf for depositing mail. Photograph by Laure Joliet, courtesy of Reath Design, from LA Autumnal: A \19\20s House Makeover Composed in Jewel Tones. For a breakdown of all the storage features in this kitchen, see Sophisticated Storage: 7 Ideas to Steal from an Architect’s Elegant Kitchen.
Above: This kitchen for an LA architect features an integrated shelf for depositing mail. Photograph by Laure Joliet, courtesy of Reath Design, from LA Autumnal: A 1920s House Makeover Composed in Jewel Tones. For a breakdown of all the storage features in this kitchen, see Sophisticated Storage: 7 Ideas to Steal from an Architect’s Elegant Kitchen.

The Storage-Only Kitchen Island

Not enough space for cabinets? No problem. Treat the kitchen island as a place to add more cabinets, shelves, and drawers. Photograph by Alan Tansey, courtesy of vonDALWIG Architecture, from Second Time’s the Charm: ‘A Renovation of a Renovation’ in a Brooklyn Duplex.
Above: Not enough space for cabinets? No problem. Treat the kitchen island as a place to add more cabinets, shelves, and drawers. Photograph by Alan Tansey, courtesy of vonDALWIG Architecture, from Second Time’s the Charm: ‘A Renovation of a Renovation’ in a Brooklyn Duplex.

The Inset Sink Ledge

Above: We love the integrated ledge in this sink, a great, easy-to-clean spot for your dish soap and sponge. Photograph courtesy of Reform, from Kitchen of the Week: “Reflect,” from Starchitect Jean Nouvel, Courtesy of Reform.

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