This pint-sized kitchen goes to show you needn’t be nervous about mixing up your materials in a small space. Keep to a neutral colour palette and go to town with reclaimed wood, ceramic metro tiles, copper – anything goes. The use of cladding will also give your kitchen a cosy cabin feel, as supposed to just being plain old small. A handsome dish, indeed. #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.uk/small-kitchen-ideas-interiors-tiles#slide-1
When it comes to pantry organization, it’s out with the old and in with the new with these tips from @apttherapy guaranteed to tidy up your space. Start by tossing out any snacks that are passed their prime. Then, keep all your favorite goodies in their places and within reach by storing them in airtight, labeled containers or wire mesh baskets. Extra points for allowing only one row of jars on each shelf.
Hey there, it’s Ginny here with an intro to a very fun before and after kitchen renovation project for the Lorey family. For those who have read the blog for some time now might be familiar with the Lorey’s – Emily and Orlando worked on several rooms in their house – Family Room, Master bedroom, Office/guest room, Dining Room, Tween Bedroom, and... Read More …
Beautiful Banquette A new custom-built banquette adds convenient seating within the kitchen. With classic wood paneling and molding, the bump-out looks as though it is straight from the '20s. The color combination of white and gray leaves the space feeling elegant and timeless.
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Be creative in your kitchen by repurposing old kitchen items. Not only will you save some money, you will also get to hold on to all your old kitchen items and the family memories they carry. Look at these clever ideas and let your imagination work! There is no reason to throw away all your vintage kitchen stuff.