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Traditional Kitchen
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I have searched the world for this caddy. where did you find it? am in the uk. thanks
Silverware caddy. We use a silverware caddy for three square meals a day and just leave it on the counter. It makes perfect sense on a countertop close to the table or dishwasher.
silverware caddy... why do we need a silverware drawer?
caddy on counter and tea tray and fruit bowl
Silverware caddy. We use a silverware caddy for three square meals a day and just leave it on the counter. It makes perfect sense on a countertop close to the table or dishwasher
“silverware caddy” — woodmonkey
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Wrapping Room — San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2011
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Use of shower caddy is a great idea - can be used for a variety of supplies, but ribbons would fill mine (although I would need at least 5 caddies!)!
Great idea cos I hate shower caddies in the shower!
Ribbon stored in a shower caddy
ribbon hanger -- shower caddy. Keep a pair of scissors there too
Keep twine and ribbon together in a caddy.
shower caddy not only organizes but makes a great display for your ribbons and gift tags.
Keep twine and ribbon together in a caddy. Add flourish to your packages with twine or ribbon and keep those loose spools organized by storing them in a hanging organizer or caddy like this one. This caddy has
has enough space for multiple spools so you can add variety to your packaging.Tip: Hang a pair of scissors from the caddy. This ensures you can always find them when you need to make a cut.
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Valley Vista
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Where are these great caddies from?
Please share where to find the caddies? Thanks
Caddies to avoid clutter, or I like big bins or baskets under sink
A soap caddy straddles this commodious sink, keeping any drips well contained. The same concept could be applied to a trough sink or a vessel sink. Ted could do ...
19. Use sink caddies to corral pretty soaps. Similar to what you might use on top of your bathtub, these smaller wooden caddies can be placed atop a large sink to keep frequently used items at hand — they're so much more attractive than a bunch of bottles cluttering up the edge of the sink.
soap caddy straddles this commodious sink, keeping any drips well contained. The same concept could be applied to a trough sink or a vessel sink (like the one in the previous photo).
“sink” — mwakeman
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Anyone know where to buy this silverware caddy and fruit stand.
That's actually an office pen/pencil caddy I found at Home Goods and repurposed it for our kitchen, and the fruit bowl was a flea market find ; )
Pen & pencil caddy as utensil holder. Another neat idea!
Set up a functional display with frequently used items. Display silverware in a caddy and pretty cloth napkins in a basket, and keep
Set up a functional display with frequently used items. Display silverware in a caddy and pretty cloth napkins in a basket, and keep ready-to-eat fruit on a pedestal or cake stand. If the containers you choose don't match, give them a
“Kitchen” — momacieta
Glenvale Kitchens
Wenge and White
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Caddies that you can take out and carry
Utensil caddies that can be removed for cleaning
dish caddies for easy loading and unloading
Caddies for dishes work great if you don't have a ton of wall cabinets. Plus, these handy ones can be picked up and brought to the dishwasher for unloading or to the table for setting.
Drawer inserts are great option for kitchens short on wall cabinet storage. These caddies fit in lots of different
“organizers” — barbaramelillo
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[project] lake wisconsin
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Instead of keeping your silverware in the drawer as usual, try storing it in a caddy right on the dining table
utensils in a caddy on table, pretty casual plates
Keep plates & silverware caddy on table!
Love all the chairs and the table! Utensil caddy, cool!
Make setting the table easy as pie. Instead of keeping your silverware in the drawer as usual, try storing it in a caddy right on the dining table for the summer months — plus it’ll be easy
table and chairs. Silverware caddy
8. Make setting the table easy as pie. Instead of keeping your silverware in the drawer as usual, try storing it in a caddy right on the dining table for the summer months — plus it’ll be easy to grab when you decide to have dinner al fresco.
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Urban Loft – Storage Solutions
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Storage Solutions - Organize cleaning supplies in our convenient pull-out caddy with a detachable, portable basket (SBPOC). “Loft” Living originated in Paris when artists established studios in abandoned warehouses to accommodate the oversized paintings popular at the time. Modern loft environments
Pull-Out Cleaning Caddy by Dura Supreme
Supreme's convenient pull-out caddy with a detachable, portable
pull out caddy for cleaning supplies
pull out cleaning caddy for under kitchen sink or in island?
“Under sink organization” — slsmunson
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The Maid's bath
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like candles is to create a niche or series of niches in the wall of a shower or bath area. These niches are a welcome alternative to a plastic shower caddy or the shower floor, and since they are inexpensive to construct, there’s a lot of value to be had.
like candles is to create a niche or series of niches in the wall of a shower or bath area. These niches are a welcome alternative to a plastic shower caddy or the shower floor, and since they are inexpensive to construct, there’s a lot of value to be had. The trick to having these niches is coordinate
Niches instead of shelves or shower caddy. Article suggests matching niches to tile size, so tiles picked first.
candles is to create a niche or series of niches in the wall of a shower or bath area. These niches are a welcome alternative to a plastic shower caddy or the shower floor, and since they are inexpensive to construct, there’s a lot of value to be had.The trick to having these niches is coordinate their
“wall niche” — milliesprout
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