Whether it’s for checking a recipe or browsing on Pinterest while the stew is cooking, a computer may be a surprisingly great addition to any kitchen. As kitchens tend to become a social/working/entertaining hub in the house, it’s naturally that our computer stations migrate progressively from the home-office or living to the cooking space. Here are 9 examples that illustrate how you can integrate a nice computer corner in your kitchen.
A narrow bar counter is the perfect place to browser your emails while checking the delicious stew that simmers for dinner.
Paragon Kitchens, Toronto.
This open living space features a discreet computer station that hangs on a single wall between the kitchen and living room.
Kitchen Design Alchemy, Salt Lake City.
Custom cabinetry is an efficient way to hide a laptop and pull in case of need.
Sarah Kidder Design, Ottawa.
A built-in library and a cork board naturally lend themselves to a cozy home office right in the middle of the kitchen!
Riemer Kitchens & Fine Cabinetry, New York.
Tucked between an elegant walnut cabinet and a window seat, this computer nook offers a calm and neat studying space.
C2 Architecture, Philadelphia.
This contemporary kitchen features a similar layout, with closed cabinets above the computer station.
Urban Homes, New York.
The wall mounted desktop in a dead-space makes this computer nook a light place without overcrowding the kitchen.
Sarah Barnard Design, Los Angeles.
This kitchen computer station has a pull-down aluminum shutter to cover-up any clutter.
Korn Interiors, Photography: Gerald Connell, Miami.
The clean lines of the iMac blend in the decor of this transitional kitchen.
Purdy & Associates Design, Ottawa.