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Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
4 Reviews
Kitchen Island
Ideabooks6,592
Questions6
I have cookbook storage in same location. Works great and I highly recommend it to those remodeling their kitchen. Cat on counter...not so much.
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...
cookbooks. also like the cat.
We want cookbook storage on the side of the kitchen 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
“bookshelf in island for cookbooks etc” — talsgreggils
Divine Kitchens LLC
26 Reviews
Divine Kitchens LLC
Ideabooks1,121
Questions1
Bookshelves for cookbooks on side of island
Lots of room to store cookbooks and magazines. Where am I going to put all mine?
Need a spot for cookbooks in the kitchen.
great to store the cookbooks in accessible place
Place for cookbooks. Not this location.
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.
don't forget a place for the cookbooks at the end of the
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
“Don't forget cookbook storage.” — Jennifer Whitlock
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Sea Cliff Residence
Ideabooks4,792
Questions2
shelving menu/ recipie writing-grocery list desk and the cookbook case
cookbook shelves inside studs? Enough room so they didn't stick out?
area for cookbooks, other household manuals, etc.
like built ins for cookbooks / butlers pantry
I also like the idea of using pretty boxes and baskets to store pamphlet-style cookbooks.
If you have the space, a spot to sit and plan a menu is most helpful. This one is near ingredients and a few shelves of cookbooks (cleverly arranged by color, I might add) to provide inspiration for your meal
“bookshelves” — jvami
Seattle Area Interior Design Firm
Collins Group Design, Inc. is a residential and commercial design firm specializing in new construction, remodels, interior design, and structural design details.
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Sunshine Menefee
6 Reviews
Contemporary Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks335
Questions1
Where do I get a pull-down cookbook holder?
Great under cabinet cookbook holder for convenience and ease.
cookbook holder hanging down from upper cupboards
Cookbook holder. Folds up when not in use?
get your cookbooks up off the counter safely away from spills and splatters. Where do you store all your favorite cookbooks and recipes? Are you able to find them quickly for those holiday dinners? Are you an avid cookbook collector like a certain sister I know? :) Please share your cookbook storage
“cookbook storage” — crick70
Michelle
Frenchflair
Ideabooks1,830
Questions2
space for cookbooks as alternative to shelves
Cookbook racks to be added to the end of a cabinet
magaine or cookbook holders! love it
how the cookbooks are out ofvthe way but easy to get to without cluttering
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.
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.
“Butler's pantry???? Where ?” — cmartcookie
Tara Seawright
Kitchen
Ideabooks21,318
Questions9
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
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
“Chairs” — smastrogiaco08
Durrett Homes
University Park
Ideabooks3,880
Questions8
shelves for saving cookbooks on island and hide away
island with cookbook shelves
Cookbooks without doors
Cookbooks in island maybe???
cookbooks in kitchen.
area for cookbooks...cookbook storage...Cookbook area...Cookbook shelves...storage (cookbooks)...Cookbooks storage
“Open bookshelf” — glennandrew
Phillip W Smith General Contractor, Inc.
1 Review
Kitchen
Ideabooks1,182
Questions3
love the cookbook storage on side of island
Island with stools and cookbooks
Cookbook area on island
Cookbook storage on island
Love the shelves for cookbooks
need cookbook storage
Cookbook shelves...Cookbook shelf!...Cookbook shelf...Cookbook storage
“Apollo of this” — srmager
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