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There’s no denying the Kitchen to Go Cabinets appeal of a kitchen with gleaming banks of cabinets promising room for every pot, pan, bowl or gadget you can imagine. But I’m old-fashioned. I still like a kitchen with a stand-alone piece of furniture (or two) to add a personal touch. The options are many: Consider a brightly painted hutch to display dishes and glassware, a vintage bureau for linens, a repurposed table taking on a second life as an island — or even a sofa for lounging while cakes rise and stews simmer. "Although modern islands are ultraconvenient, sometimes an old-fashioned farm table with matching stools works beautifully — especially in a contemporary kitchen. This updated version provides space Kitchen to Go Cabinets for casual family meals, as well as lots of room for food prep. A row of artfully distressed gym lockers adds a quirky note to this kitchen, especially when paired with two shiny white Eames chairs.Becky Cunningham HomeTalk about creative reuse! This industrial-looking shelf is actually a set of old chicken nesting boxes, now home to the owner’s kitchen collectibles.Amy Clark Studios2There’s nothing that appealing about a modern toaster oven and coffeemaker. But Kitchen to Go Cabinets even these small appliances look good when they’re set atop a vintage painted sideboard and paired with framed food-oriented prints and menus.Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors3What chef wouldn’t love a spot where he or she could rest tired feet? This overstuffed sofa is perfect for lounging between tasks — or for guests who just want to watch!Chris A Dorsey Photography2In this tiny kitchen, a blue stained jelly cabinet provides storage and echoes the blue notes of the frying pan, folding wicker chair and old-time coffee pots.En Vie Interiors by Melanie Bowe5This sweet table and glass-fronted cabinet have distressed finishes that add texture and a Kitchen to Go Cabinets comfy lived-in look to this simple white kitchen.Julie Ranee Photography2This piece is actually the bottom of a Hoosier cabinet; these cabinets were popular in the early part of the 20th century, before fitted cabinetry. In this gorgeous French-inspired kitchen, an elaborate buffet makes a très chic island. The green marble top was extended at the back to make a counter with storage space for two stools underneath.Orion Design, Inc.3Since this kitchen opens right into the living room, clutter is a no-no. This Kitchen to Go Cabinets handsome (and very tall) wood cabinet makes a design statement — and hides all kinds of cooking paraphernalia.Lane McNab Interiors4Discovered at a local salvage yard, this one-of-a-kind Mexican grain-sorting table is a conversation piece. Its mellow green hue also livens up the surroundings.Jessica Helgerson Interior Design2A white wooden hutch like this, tucked into the corner of the kitchen, provides essential storage for everyday Kitchen to Go Cabinets dishes. A simple bowl of fruit displayed on the bottom shelf adds color and balances the crowded shelves above."