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Kid Friendly Kitchens With Peninsulas

from The Kitchn

Before & After: A Dark Kitchen Gets a Family-Friendly Makeover — Reader Kitchen Remodel

When reader Marina and her family moved into their home five years ago, she always knew she wanted to redo the kitchen. As you can see in the photo above, the kitchen was very dark, and even though the cabinets were painted a light color, they seemed heavy. Plus, as a mom of young children, Marina wanted to have the kitchen open to the family room so she could cook while still keeping an eye on her kids. Take a look a Marina's kitchen now — it took a turn for the lighter!

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from Better Homes and Gardens

Easy DIY Kitchen Decorating

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from feedly.com

A Small Summer Cottage for Kids & More Things I Like

dog feeding station. An alcove feeding station for yellow lab Maggie is lined with soapstone as a defense against spills. Like the countertops, it is maintained with occasional oiling. I like the treat shelf!

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from This Old House

A Small-Space Home with Loads of Built-In Charm

The island of this kid-friendly kitchen is capped by a cabinet with clear plastic fronts so that the children can safely set their own places at the table. | Photo: Tria Giovan | thisoldhouse.com

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from FamilyHomePlans.com

Cottage Country Craftsman Southern House Plan 59196

House Plan 59196 | Cottage Country Craftsman Plan with 2118 Sq. Ft., 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, 2 Car Garage at family home plans

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from HGTV

20+ Party-Ready Kitchens

With a mini fridge for the small ones and a flat-screen TV for everyone, this kitchen is party-ready. http://www.hgtv.com/kitchens/20-party-ready-kitchens/pictures/page-12.html?soc=pinterest

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Love the craft table as a kitchen island/peninsula. Best home tour on Design Mom. Living With Kids: Maureen Vazquez

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from Remodelaholic

Great Budget Kitchen Storage Ideas!

If you aren't getting any use out of something in your kitchen, take a cue from Create Celebrate Explore and utilize it for extra storage, like this unused breakfast bar turned pantry... I think I would use it for dish storage instead of food... But great idea!

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this was the stool I had in mind originally when I designed the kitchen...don't think they are are kid friendly with the cushion seat though...so hence I ordered the more modern ones..

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from HGTV

A Cook's Kitchen with Coastal Design

The peninsula shape of the kitchen allows the counter space to function as an eat-in kitchen. A pair of polished nickel pendants keeps the dining area lit from above. To keep the dining space kid-friendly, Christina opted for barstools made of woven wicker in a forgiving grey tone. In addition to maximizing space for eat-in kitchen dining, the back wall of the kitchen is packed with floor-to-ceiling cabinetry, an integrated pantry and a stainless steel refrigerator.

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