It sounds so simple, but so few of us think of it: make one base cabinet a rolling element, with a built-in chopping-block top for at-your-service accessibility. This is a great idea for small kitchens and large alike. If you don't like the look of casters, have your cabinetmaker conceal the wheels with a plinth for a completely inconspicuous solution.
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A toe-kick drawer fits beneath cabinetry, adding extra storage, and is perfect for housing large plates and platters.
Concealed behind a supersleek folding door here. A single door fitting this wide space would have protruded too far into the room when open.
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