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I'm moving out of my tiny tiny apartment next year and I will probably re-do the kitchen when I buy a new place. I need some inspiration and so I had this idea of creating a thread where everyone can post a picture of their home kitchen! I think it will be inspiring not only to me but to everyone else as well! smile.gif

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So no one wants to show off their kitchen then? smile.gif
 
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Hows this for a kitchen

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This is huuuuge! Probably as big as 1/2 of my future apartment! lol.gif

 

It must be a pleasure cooking with so much space!

 

Do you keep pans, knives and all that in drawers? I'm trying to figure out whether I want one of those things to hang pans and a magnet for knifes because my back hurts and bending over every day to grab a pan might be annoying in the long run? I don't know.

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Wish that was mine, it belongs to a client of mine who I used to do photography for. This is pretty much the exact layout of what I will build if I ever build another house. My kitchen I absolutely hate as it is too small and I despise electric stoves with a passion, looking into a duel fuel and a large propane tank to solve that one. Thinking about tearing a wall down and moving it to gain a few square feet and moving the fridge out of the kitchen into a family room so I have room to cook. I want a sub zero as well as I am sick of food that goes bad in two days in the fridge.Just figured people here would enjoy the view of this one. I bought a camp stove six months ago and mostly cook on it outside and just use the kitchen to prep. Plus I can use cast iron on the gas one. 

 

This is not even close to the nicest kitchen I have photographed. 
 

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Originally Posted by Le Francais View Post

This is huuuuge! Probably as big as 1/2 of my future apartment! lol.gif

 

It must be a pleasure cooking with so much space!

 

Do you keep pans, knives and all that in drawers? I'm trying to figure out whether I want one of those things to hang pans and a magnet for knifes because my back hurts and bending over every day to grab a pan might be annoying in the long run? I don't know.



 

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If I ever win the lottery I am going to build a outdoor kitchen similar to this one but with all the columns matching with a couple four burner tops and a couple ovens._____100_2717.jpg

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You must live somewhere warm, here in France no one has an outdoor kitchen. Too much cold, rain, insects and other things! lol.gif

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I live in Arizona, 6 months of the year we can use a outdoor kitchen and the other six months we just set our pans on the sidewalk and cook. 

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