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Carmel Valley Retreat
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Kitchen Studio Monterey
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Carmel Valley Retreat
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Carmel Valley Retreat
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Kitchen Studio Monterey
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Carmel Valley Retreat
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“the possible reuse of the existing DR cab.” — mwsteel
Diane Bergeron Interiors
Balnarring Beach House
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what type of material is used for the shelving? thank you!
out in the open storage for games, photobooks
I like the size of these floating shelves for the family room.
built in wall shelf for board games
Open back shelving to display board games
shelving for games and photo books
wall mounted open storage. Could have baskets to
board game shelving and small table
, this unused space now includes floor-to-ceiling storage for board games and even a seating area devoted to the cause.
13. Challenge your family to a board-game battleIf you want to spend quality time with your family and actually interact with them, rather than just sit in front of the television
chairs make a surprise pairing with a Lucite table in the game room. Lulu DK wallpaper swathes the walls and continues to the backs of custom shelving units, giving the space a harmonious flow.
“shelves overlaying wallpaper” — Dana
Joe Olson
My Work
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include shelves. Not sure if the plates would get dirty being too close to the cook area.
Go for open shelves. If you really need wall-mounted storage, try installing a few open shelves. They're
open shelves around stove, but with ends on side
Open shelves & dishes with high contrast to backsplash
closed wall storage surrounding open area
better shelving - 2 instead of 3
counter top back splash (same as mine) open shelves
open shelving with floor to ceiling cabinetry
open shelves between pantries on the far wall
3. Go for open shelves. If you really need wall-mounted storage, try installing a few open shelves. They're a more efficient way to store items, because you (and your guests) can see where everything is, and you don't have to open and close cabinet doors to access things. Limit the stored items to those
“Open shelving flanking stove” — goatleap
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