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Divine Kitchens LLC
26 Reviews
Divine Kitchens LLC
Ideabooks1,114
Questions1
don't forget a place for the cookbooks at the end of the butcher block, with plugs too.
Bookshelves for cookbooks on side of island
Place for cookbooks. Not this location.
Open range in counter top with storage.
Storage for all of those magazines and cook books
finding a place for cookbooks is ana absolute must
cookbooks and idea books near by
Find a place nearby for cookbooks and recipe cards. If you refer to recipes online, you can also save shelf space with a stand for your laptop or iPad. More: How to Set Up Your KitchenThe Four Keys to Great Kitchens for BakingKitchen Solution: The Open Island24 Hot Ideas for Stashing Spices
“Lots of room to store cookbooks and magazines. Where am I going to put all mine?” — Julie
Michelle
Frenchflair
Ideabooks1,816
Questions2
The storage shelves are made of plywood with veneer. The cabinets are in oak.
Cookbook racks to be added to the end of a cabinet
space for cookbooks as alternative to shelves
Clever storage. Like the wall mounted bins.
What a great mag storage idea
magaine or cookbook holders! love it
how the cookbooks are out ofvthe
build. I love the addition of the handles! It kind of gives the illusion of drawers that have been partially pulled out. That's a lot of storage for cookbooks using what would have been blank cabinet walls.
I have even more magazines than I have cookbooks. Unfortunately, I don't have nearly enough room to store them in my kitchen. These shelves are a great way to store the newest issues, or a few old favorites.
“Para mis libros de cocina” — Paulina Ojesto
Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
4 Reviews
Kitchen Island
Ideabooks6,145
Questions6
I have cookbook storage in same location. Works great and I highly recommend it to those remodeling their kitchen. Cat on counter
I am planning to put my cookbooks in the cabinet above my wall ovens unless I can find a way to work in a barrister bookcase. I don't want mine near the floor in an open shelf because I have small kids who get into everything...
mother's kitchen for her cookbooks storage
love this for all our cookbooks
We want cookbook storage on the side of the kitchen island!!
I wouldnt want 2 bookshelves, but I love the idea of extra storage on the end of an island.
use less than twice a year and store them in another area. This includes cookbooks. "Pick your top five to 10 favorite cookbooks," she suggests. "Then store the rest elsewhere or donate."Tip: If you're holding on to a cookbook for a single go-to recipe, photocopy the page and then pass the book along
“book shelf in end of island” — tprimm
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Gepetto
6 Reviews
Global
Ideabooks3,884
Questions6
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wine, book storage and glass doors
Pantry storage in high cupboards
wine and cookbook storage
wine storage and book storage
Wine & Cookbook Holders
the cookbook display
narrow space for cookbooks
cookbook shelf...cookbook storage...wine storage...Cookbook shelf...Cookbook storage
“Wine cabinet” — lorimer52
Einstein Design Group
Diane Einstein Interiors
Ideabooks1,862
Questions3
End of the island shelves for cookbooks. Would be great to build an island around the
This island appears to have good storage space. I like the detailing on the ends with the "table leg" appearance.
Posts round cookbooks
cookbook shelf on island
Nice cookbook storage
island includes cookbooks
Bookcase for cookbooks
the storage space for cookbooks
This mega-island even has room for a library of cookbooks.
Cook book storage...Cookbook Storage...Cookbooks in island...Cookbook idea...Width and storage...cookbook storage
“Put at north end of island” — magfarm
Tara Seawright
Kitchen
Ideabooks21,027
Questions8
Regarding the bookshelf: Why didn't they make it a TWO shelf bookshelf so the cookbooks could stand up rather than lay down....it looks soooo messy. Two shelves would have accomodated all the books and looked a lot nicer. :o) Just
area for cookbooks in the kitchen
Cookbooks. Consider a bookshelf close to a working area. You may want to create
End of island open for cookbooks
When cookbooks are stored near an eat-in bar, it makes it super convenient to work up those weekly meal plans.
11. Cookbooks. Consider a bookshelf close to a working area. You may want to create easy access for frequently used books or recipe folders. A shelf next to a center
You can even think of your island storage as an opportunity for adding character and color with books, baking bowls, and favorite accents. Have a colorful kitchen island? We'd love to see
“receipe books” — vishaludawat
Dresser Homes
9 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks23,856
Questions13
End of island usage- like shelving for cookbooks
Shelves for cookbooks on End of island
Pull out the cookbooks. You may not have a custom-built island with designated cookbook space, but that doesn't mean you can't display cookbooks. There could be room on an open shelf, on top of the refrigerator or even on the counter.
13. Curate your cookbooks. Keep things easy and inspiring by sorting through your cookbooks and setting aside volumes that you know you won't use during warmer months (winter soups and stews, I'm looking at you). At the first nip in the air this fall, you can go grab that box of books and swap out the
“kitchen” — Susan Whitford
Gaspar's Construction
6 Reviews
Capital Hill Kitchen
Ideabooks3,935
Questions5
a mini command center with pinup space on one side and cookbook storage and upper and lower cabinets on the other side.
link between spaces. This kitchen passageway, defined by the overhead soffit, serves as a mini command center with pinup space on one side and cookbook storage and upper and lower cabinets on the other side. The ceiling height aligns with the bookcases on the adjacent wall, the base trim wraps about the
Like many families, this Seattle couple wanted plenty of storage. Henry installed wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling cabinetry in the adjacent breakfast nook and dining room, and put a few shelves in the kitchen for cookbooks. Marmoleum flooring — an environmentally friendly product made of linseed —
“Built in cabinet” — hollydowden
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