Fill the floor space around the island with cozy carpets that are easy on the feet and the eye.
A pair of jute carpets tie this beachy kitchen in with the rest of the
Put your small space to work as both a kitchen and a dining room.
Tuck stools under an island that can handle prep work and dinner parties.
The owners of this tiny Brooklyn homeadded iron legs to a slab of butcher block for a versatile surface.
Carry over your design choices into the adjoining spaces.
In a family-friendly bungalow, brass drawer pulls echo the breakfast nook's pendant light, pulling everything togethe
For a fast decor change, install bracketed shelves in a former dead space.
They're less bulky than cabinets but they'll provide extra storage for your cutest glassware.