Get Creative With CabinetsInspired by a vintage printer's desk, Monica Bhargava had the cupboards in her California kitchen made to look like drawers.
Try a Etagere for Added HeightAn open shelving unit adds more storage, but doesn't take up visual – space or too much floor –. A vintage étagère placed on the counter of Mary Jo Bochner's Savannah, Georgia, kitchen bowls and supports publications.
Repurpose Office SuppliesExcessive office organizers are perfect for keeping cleaning equipment and plants that are smallish, particularly next to the sink.
Zone Off a Small SpaceFrom the living space with folding doors, the kitchen is camouflaged in designer Bill Brockschmidt's 640-square foot apartment. "We may also close off the dining room from the kitchen with pocket doors, so that once guests have arrived, we can open up the kitchen for cooking," Brockschmidt says.
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Upcycle Wooden BoxesOld wooden Champagne cases are the perfect size for keeping small kitchen accessories like tea like tea. Add gift wrap or a brilliant wallpaper to the back for an easy pop of cheer.
Add an Antique PieceDesigner Samantha Lyman needed to give a new California kitchen some historical pieces like this antique armoire. It was initially just 12 inches deep in – not big enough for large platters and bowls that are huge. So Lyman set it in the cabinetry to provide more depth to it. The cabinet maker removed the back and widened it to 26 inches in. Subsequently, the interior was painted a darker colour to conceal the difference by Lyman.
Add Cabinets Above the WindowLet light in and keep unused gadgets in miniature row of cupboards.
Add a Crockery Drawer"Crockery drawers mean you're not on your toes, striving to reach a pile of heavy china," Julie Stevenson says of her slick, streamlined kitchen designed by Alexander Adducci in Lake Bluff, Illinois. The drawers are outfitted with movable pegs so that it's easy to accommodate various size dishes.
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