Room for a Registry
In the heart of Washington, D.C., a newlywed couple faced a common problem: where in their tiny kitchen to put all of their wedding presents, which were mostly dishware and appliances. Designer Melissa Cooley of Bethesda, Md.-based Case Design/Remodeling came to the rescue with ideas of how to best use the limited space.
Made out of the same cabinetry as the kitchen, this bookshelf connects the living area with the kitchen.
By creating a bench on side of the kitchen and a glass overhang on the other, Cooley introduced more seating, an area of social gathering and additional storage.