Armoire Kitchen Is Everything You Need, Minus Cooking Lessons
Jan 15, 2009 16:04
Over seven feet tall and six feet wide, the Armoire Kitchen is just that, a kitchen subtly hidden inside giant wooden casing. Somehow, magically maybe, it still manages to squeeze in one mini Subzero fridge, two electric burners, a sink, microwave (upgradable with convection functions) and a single drawer dishwasher along with, sadly, about as much storage space as I have in my tiny apartment kitchen.
At a starting price of $9300 (as pictured), the Armoire Kitchen may not seem like a budget purchase. But compared to installing an actual kitchen, it's basically free. [YesterTec via Small Space Living]
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