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project case study kitchen renovation from 80 s to now, home improvement, kitchen design, kitchen islands, Coffee maker and supplies behind side pocketing doors by the microwave oven 2013 Photography by JSPhotoFX

a coffee center located on a counter-height pullout shelf and a microwave on a shelf above.

Hide the microwave, coffee pot, etc behind doors to cut down on counter clutter and free up countertop space. Pull Out Coffee Bar in Kitchen; makes so much more sense to slide out the shelf instead of having to slide out the coffee pot

appliance garage

See through cupboard doors. Put Corners to Work Perpendicular countertops result in extra-deep corners that often go to waste. Put this area to work storing small appliances. Install a door that slides down to conceal the contents.

Hidden appliances

Kitchen Storage Idea - Flip-down door hides blender, toaster, coffee maker stored on countertop; slide-out drawer next to microwave on shelf (image via Traditional Home®). Place in current top oven area.

Small-Appliance Storage Upgrade to pro level without breaking the bank by concealing morning must-haves behind cabinet doors. Keep mugs, sugar, bread, and other essentials close by for a stress-free morning. Closed doors creates a streamlined look and keep the small appliances dust-free and out of the way until tomorrow

Small-Appliance Storage Upgrade to pro level without breaking the bank by concealing morning must-haves behind cabinet doors. Keep mugs, sugar, bread, and other essentials close by for a stress-free morning. Closed doors creates a streamlined look and ke