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Our 100-Square-Foot Kitchen series profiles kitchens that measure around 100 square feet, one of the Kitchenette Cabinets most common kitchen sizes in the U.S., according to Houzz data. One of the easiest ways to save money on your kitchen remodel is to leave the location of the plumbing and gas lines alone. So creating a kitchen where there wasn’t one before — and doing it for just $15,000 — may have some of your personal remodeling sensors going haywire. But with some savvy DIY skill, Vicki and Larsson Omberg were able to do Kitchenette Cabinets just that, turning a dark and grungy bedroom into a lofty, skylit kitchen on a tight budget. "Kitchen at a Glance BEFORE: The house was built in 1925 and is a traditional two-bedroom, one bathroom Craftsman. The original kitchen had been updated in the 1960s or ’70s with wood paneling and popcorn ceilings and, despite being small already, had been divided into two rooms to create a tiny dining room. AFTER: Larsson removed a load-bearing wall (after consulting a structural engineer) to open the former bedroom to the living room. Installing a steel beam and glulam beam for support significantly extended Kitchenette Cabinets the duration of the project. Vicki toyed around with putting the cooktop or sink on the peninsula, but in the end decided she wanted to have an open, clean surface so people could stand on either side and work or prep." "Photos by Angela Brown Photography Before After Before Cabinet wall: Now a flush cabinet wall surrounds the refrigerator. Two pantries envelop each side. Designer secret: The oak window trim above the sink needed to stay intact. To pull that Kitchenette Cabinets material into the new kitchen design, Michels had floating oak shelves made from planks left over from the hardwood floor installation. Cooking with gas: The couple swapped their electric range for a gas range and added a vent hood." Looking for a kitchen that feels airy and simple? Embrace openness and raw materials. Here, open shelving, open floor plans and an open ceiling assert these kitchens as accessible hubs of the home, while Kitchenette Cabinets raw materials like brick, steel, concrete and wood grounds them in simplicity. "1. Industrial Ingenuity Who uses it: A young couple with two small children. 2. All About the View “Uh-oh” moment: Originally, Kennedy designed the kitchen window to sit below opaque upper cabinets and above the counter to offer a view to the homeowner while they sit at the table. “But while the framing Kitchenette Cabinets was going on we realized that what you really saw was the building next door — not much of a view,” he says. 3. Half Baked 4. Raise the Roof"