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“Everything tends to wind up on the For Sale Kitchen Cabinets counters,” says interior designer Harmony Weihs. While working on a breakfast nook in Jeff and Amy Miller’s Mercer Island, Washington, kitchen, she couldn’t help but notice all of the phones, tablets and laptops that had overtaken this couple’s kitchen counters. “They had wires everywhere, even dragged across a gas range,” Weihs says. “I said, ‘Yeah … so … this is a safety hazard!’” In addition to safety concerns and keeping the electronics sheltered from spills and grease, the designer wanted to help the couple free up their cooking and prep space. She designed a freestanding cabinet with built-in power strips that not only cleared up their For Sale Kitchen Cabinets countertop space but also added to it. "Photos by Holland Photography Design Harmony2Dedicated tablet and laptop drawers make the most of the space. The top three drawers are 1½ inches deep to accommodate laptops and their plugs. This dictated 3-inch-high drawer faces. Each of the top three drawers has a built-in power strip in the back. Only one cord comes out of the back of the cabinet to plug into an outlet." "Photos by Stacy Zarin-Goldberg After: Designer Jennifer Hall and the rest of the design team For Sale Kitchen Cabinets removed the soffits and switched the cabinets from dark wood to fresh white for an airier feel. They also relocated appliances and reoriented the breakfast table to improve both the utility and appearance of the space. WINN Design+BuildFlooring: The designers replaced the green tile with hardwood to match the existing flooring found elsewhere on the first floor. Tile: High sheen and a subtle herringbone pattern — a change from the surrounding pattern — over the range create a sense of depth in the backsplash tile. Pantry: A new shallow but wide pantry helps to visually For Sale Kitchen Cabinets expand the space and make it easier for the homeowners to access its contents." Looking for better traffic flow and more prep and entertainment space, this empty-nester couple set out to remodel their original 1980s kitchen with the help of designer Kathi Fleck. But before beginning, the couple tasked Fleck with one more request: to include a subtle nod to the wife’s Scottish heritage. Fleck responded to the latter request with tones of green in the backsplash and granite countertops and with red glass pendant lights above a dining area. "Photos by Memories by Louise AFTER: Fleck reconfigured the space to bring the refrigerator to the full wall, freeing up the entryway for better flow and creating more of a work triangle. Fleck paid special attention to incorporating smart storage For Sale Kitchen Cabinets solutions inside the cabinets. Here, pullout baskets hold fresh fruit and vegetables.LoneStar Design BuildSlide-out shelves make full use of the deep cabinets for pantry space. LoneStar Design BuildA spice rack pulls out conveniently near the range. LoneStar Design BuildDeep drawers store pots and pans and large serving dishes. LoneStar Design BuildNear the sink, a slide-out trash and recycling bin system also includes a drawer for storing trash bags. LoneStar Design BuildA Lazy Susan and swing-out shelves For Sale Kitchen Cabinets make use of corner storage. Before PhotoLoneStar Design BuildBEFORE: Here, a cutout above the original sink area offered minimal connection to the nearby living room.LoneStar Design BuildAFTER: Fleck removed the partial wall and upper cabinets to create more openness to the For Sale Kitchen Cabinets living room."