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Love the simplicity. White cabinets with flat faces, look rather timeless. I guess the beadboard does it.
Whtie shaker cabinets, dark counters, and that pull-out cart that fits right under those cabinets in the corner. Brilliant.
Love this eclectic/inexpensive idea - could be useful in basement kitchen, especially while we're camping out down there waiting for our upstairs kitchen!
That rustic table, banquette and chairs. The miscellany of cushions makes it look really homey and comfy. The light fixtures are nice too.
Dining table attached to the island... also, cute colour scheme.
Cottage kitchen look - love that robin's egg blue...
I really like these tiles. They would make a nifty accent in kitchen and/or bathroom...
Using LEGO to make kitchen containers - brilliant!
pretty and functional pantry
fabric under glass as a backsplash... I wouldn't us this particular fabric in my 1936 home, but it looks like a brilliant and probably affordable way to add fun, colour, and emphasis in the kitchen.
Can we use this idea? Use salvaged boards to make cabinetry?
Pull-out closet - like a pull-out pantry - could something like this be done near back door to create an entry closet?
Black and white ticking for undercounter curtain... lovely.
undercabinet power strip - brilliant!
Shelf and brackets, plus some copper pipe and S-hooks - voila! Pots, pans and utensils stored!
Love this simple island. Plus the pretty wallpaper, and how it coordinates with the pretty green pendant lights. Also, the fireplace turned into bookshelf is uber-cool.
Yes! *Big* one-bowl stainless sink. Dishpans are cheap if you want two sections...
Explanation of how to install your own tile backsplash - yet another project for this year!
subway tiled walls and simple black metal shelf supports... just what I need!
honeycomb-patterned backsplash tiles
glass subway tile - vertical for a change...