In this English kitchen, the designers at Sustainable Kitchens replaced a cabinet with two nooks for wooden crates. Try this by removing the door from a lower cabinet and adjusting the shelves to fit two storage bins that will slide out easily for storing vegetables or your collection of reusable bags. It looks great, can break up a large wall of cabinets, and makes often used items much more accessible.
Well, it has been a few weeks since I completed my shiplap bathroom project and I have been loving the new look of my bathroom! With one exception--the vanity. I thought I could live with the laminate cabinets and countertop BUT I was wrong. The bathroom did not seem complete with the dated looking vanity and since we aren't ready to replace it, I decided to paint it. Shocker, right :) Rather than use chalk paint like I usually do, I looked into how to paint laminate. Essentially…
This wall of fitted cupboards includes a double pantry, full height fridge and freezer and cupboard storage. Hiding away your appliances really gives the room a more furnished feel, less like a kitchen and more a living space, this certainly makes a kitchen more a living part of your home and the centre of the action rather than an afterthought or a place for doing chores.
Soft white panelled walls with wooden pegs to hang a collection of coastal style mugs. The butler sink with the solid oak worktop are key to the New England style. Painted blue shaker doors adds colour and great interior inspiration. CGI photography by http://setvisionspix.co.uk/