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Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
4 Reviews
Kitchen Island
Ideabooks7,200
Questions7
I have cookbook storage in same location. Works great and I highly recommend
I am planning to put my cookbooks in the cabinet above my wall ovens unless I can find a way to work in a
love the color, love the cookbook storage
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
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 to someone else.
in front of these shelves made me happy,” she writes.Whether it’s your cookbook collection, a pile of favorite Elmore Leonards, fashion monographs or that
“like the bookcase built-in on the end” — kathleen20
brio interior design
19 Reviews
Phinney Ridge Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks8,066
Questions3
End cabinet or island cookbook storage.
7. End cabinet or island cookbook storage. The exposed end of a lower cabinet is a great place for sneaking in some cookbook shelf space, as in this example
Just like the cookbook storage idea...End Cabinet or Island Cookbook Storage...put my cookbooks and binders?...Open shelving, base color, cookbooks...end cabinet for cookbook storage...End of island cookbook storage...cookbook area...end of island cookbook storage......cookbook shelving...Cookbook shelves...island cookbook storage...End cabinet cookbook storage
“cookbook cabinet” — s_pani
Tara Seawright
2 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks21,927
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
custom built in. Taller than present one to fit more cookbooks. Lower shelf tall enough for my cookbook binders if they don't stick out too far.
When cookbooks are stored near an eat-in bar, it makes it super convenient to work up
11. Cookbooks. Consider a bookshelf close to a working area. You may want to create easy
11. CookbooksConsider a bookshelf close to a working area. You may want to create easy
“Raised end storage” — kvmcnitt
Northern Virginia Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
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Gepetto
9 Reviews
Global
Ideabooks4,270
Questions6
tall cabinets, wine and cookbook storage
tall cookbook shelf along side the fridge
Cookbook bookcase...Wine and cookbook displays...cookbook shelves...Wine storage, cookbook storage...very slim cookbook shelves...Cookbook storage...cookbooks beside refrigerator?...cookbook shelf
“tall bookcase next to fridge” — rosemaryshouse
Durrett Homes
University Park
Ideabooks4,469
Questions8
Island with cookbook storage...cookbook storage...End island for cookbooks...place for cookbook collection...Cookbook storage in kitchen island...area for cookbooks...Cookbook area
“Island with cookbook area” — hpilat
Phillip W Smith General Contractor, Inc.
2 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks1,356
Questions3
Book Shelf for cookbooks is a neat idea. it's somewhat hidden but easily accessible
Love the shelves for cookbooks...Cookbooks on end of island...Cookbook shelf!...Cookbook shelf...Cookbook area on island...combination, cookbooks
“Big and gorgeous! But over the top!” — jimgagliardi
FitzPatrick Design and Cabinetry
17 Reviews
More Grand Kitchen
Ideabooks8,433
Questions9
things around. Like the bookshelves for cookbooks, etc.!!
Like the bookcase at the end for cookbooks.
storage for cookbooks...Cookbook storage...Cookbook storage in kitchen...Cookbooks at the end....Shelving for cookbooks...like this cookbook shelf...Cookbook bookcase on side
“Cookbook storage” — cheryldrewel
Dresser Homes
9 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks24,986
Questions13
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
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
cookbook shelves on end of island
“The whole feel of the place.” — chicagochalet
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