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Iris
Boy's Room
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easy for little hands, as are lined baskets and open shelving. For larger items, utilize toy boxes, and also purge toys regularly as kids grow so you don't
intersperse short light items with taller heavier items
7. Intersperse short items with tall items. Even if your objects don’t
by concentrating on the size and height of items. Complement shorter, lighter items with taller, heavier items and vice-versa, varying their placement throughout
INTERSPERSE SHORT ITEMS WITH TALL ITEMS!
by concentrating on the size and height of items. Complement shorter, lighter items with taller, heavier items and vice-versa, varying their placement throughout
7. Intersperse short items with tall items. Even if your objects don’t necessarily carry a theme amongst themselves, you can still create a thoughtful
“Good display” — Meryl Thomson
Kerrie L. Kelly
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Signature Properties Model Home II
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Arrange the items in a pyramid, from highest to lowest, with the tallest object in back. If an item is small, group it with other small items on a tray or
Arrange items in a pyramid, from highest to lowest, with the tallest object in the back. If an item is too small, group it with other similar items on a tray
Arrange items in a pyramid with the tallest object in back. If item is small, group it with other small items on a tray or in a bowel
Arrange the items in a pyramid, from highest to lowest, with the tallest object in back. If an item is small, group it with other small items on a tray or
fish relate to the wall art and all items are carefully color coordinated.
Apothecary jars turn everyday items — or an assortment of coral, seashells
“Jars” — howatan
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Urban Art Residence
Ideabooks17,655
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home improvement store", that stocks sustainable, eco-friendly household items. There are also several online retailers that offer the metal wire baskets
go to items @ eye level, cereal and bowls w/in kid reach. Wire baskets for round items? not wicker in NOLA
Nice shelving for a pantry, items sorted into categories, except would want shelves wide enough...so nothing
Keep go-to items at eye level. Judging by where these cereal boxes are kept, I’d guess that
parent and organizing my pantry based on how often my family uses individual items. I’ll reserve eye-level shelves for cereal, pasta and other staples while
Toss out expired food. Set aside items that are still good but that you know you will not use. Transfer bulk items into airtight containers to keep them
“Pantry” — alisonmolin
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Urban Kitchens
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Bulleen
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kitchen consider all the everyday items you use most frequently such as plates, pots and pans, food etc. With these items in mind, plan where you will store
and your highest overhead shelving, for items you don’t use everyday. Then keep your most regularly used items in your top drawers and lowest overhead
kitchen consider all the everyday items you use most frequently such as plates, pots and pans, food etc. With these items in mind, plan where you will store
and your highest overhead shelving, for items you don’t use everyday. Then keep your most regularly used items in your top drawers and lowest overhead
kitchen, consider all the everyday items you use most frequently, such as plates, pots and pans, food etc. With these items in mind, plan where you will store
“walk in with appliances use” — Ed Nicholson
NURIT GEFFEN-BATIM STUDIO
5 Reviews
a renovated country house
Ideabooks500
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use the ladder to hold items that would otherwise
variety) against the wall in your bedroom or closet to hold those extra items that otherwise would end up on the floor — for instance, that favorite pair
variety) against the wall in your bedroom or closet to hold those extra items — for instance, that favorite pair of jeans you always wear more than once
variety) against the wall in your bedroom or closet to hold those extra items that otherwise would end up on the floor — for instance, that favorite pair
“display ladder!” — lalalober
Lucy McLintic
Lucy McLintic
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some personality to the space. The shelves are filled with a mix of older items, gifts and products from a local restaurant supply store.
to quickly empty the dishwasher. This also makes it easy to hand wash an item, dry it and put it right back on the shelf. Put only dishes up here that
All pictures benefit from a little staging. There is no need to add new items, just focus on removing things that are unnecessary in the composition. Nothing
Keep your arrangements visually interesting by stacking and piling small items together. Teacups and saucers look more appealing in slightly tipsy stacks
“Hear” — jthomas023
Kim Duffin for Sublime Architectural Interiors
Brisbane Samford Kitchen
Ideabooks1,042
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and re-organise the shelves – place items you frequently use in spots that are easily accessible, and group like items together. Wipe over all surfaces,
before the big day. You’ll have less to move and are sure to discover many items past their use-by date you can throw away. If you can shop a little less
do a big purge. Take everything out of the pantry, go through every single item and check the labels. While I don’t advocate wasting food, it’s a good idea
“This kitchen is magnificent, love the false ceilings above the cupboards and the pantry / butler's k” — livinthe5045
House Nerd
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A Junk Room Turned Craft Room
Ideabooks1,167
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heirlooms, art, hand-knitted items and quilts come immediately to mind. I know a few knitters who would rather have an item returned to them than hear it
you. The confusion comes in when we start thinking we must always love the item itself. That’s simply not the case. If you have warmly received the gift
complete. It is not your responsibility to store, display and care for the item forever. If this sounds a bit harsh, remember that the person who gave you
causing feelings of guilt and resentment, it can be far better to donate the item to a charity, so someone will be able to appreciate it. Caution: There are
heirlooms, art, hand-knitted items and quilts come immediately to mind. I know a few knitters who would rather have an item returned to them than hear it
“Nice study.” — traling
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