Apartment in Dublin 6Contemporary Kitchen, Dublin
I helped a client renovate this small apartment in 2015. Compact white dining area with oak floor, 90cm diameter tulip table and ikea chairs. Handmade white kitchen, painted mdf. Grey tiled splashback. Hanging rail by Ikea.
Photograph by Philip Lauterbach
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Replace a solid designEven a simple single-panel glazed door can be a useful addition in a small space. Clear or frosted, the large amount of glass helps to make the area feel bigger than if a solid door was in place, while also making the room feel brighter due to the increased amount of light flowing in.What do you think of using glazed internal doors? Share your thoughts in the Comments section.
Houzz at a GlanceWho lives here A single woman, near retirement ageLocation DublinProperty A modern apartmentSize 1 bedroom, 1 bathroomDesigner Eva Byrne of HouseologyOne of Eva Byrne’s design decisions was to turn the U-shaped kitchen into an L-shaped one. “An L-shaped kitchen has fewer jarring corners and is much more pleasant to work in,” she explains. It also accommodates a longer space on the side for more accessible units. Byrne screened the room with an outward-facing bookcase. It provides a simple, yet beautiful division between the kitchen and living area.