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Divine Kitchens LLC
26 Reviews
Divine Kitchens LLC
Ideabooks9,316
Questions4
I really like the covered trash bin in the picture for something like compost. I would like to know where one could buy one of these.
If you ever wonder about the size of the bins, it is very simple, Europeans empty out there trash bins every day to avoid strange smell etc. I also see the packages been bigger in north America which takes more space up. One comment I really like, keep your bins closer to your countertop. Check this website
work in a studio kitchen (or a wet bar area), but too small for a regular kitchen. I could fill the largest bin with recycling in one evening. However, if this is the correct size for you, the bins are exceptionally well engineered, the compost bucket comes with good handles and a perfectly sealing lid
“Show Dan. Under sink cab? Instead of left of oven.” — 19serena50
Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
34 Reviews
Kitchen Storage
Ideabooks120K
Questions26
Kitchen Storage in Bay Area European Style Cabinetry made in our artisanal cabinet shop in San Jose with a wonderful Hafele Gourmet Pantry for kitchen storage.
Hi there, I'm writing a blog on cabinet storage for WoodIQ.com. This is a great storage cabinet. Might we have permission to use the photo with the blog? We would, of course, link back to your Houzz site.
into the cabinet doors and now I can't even find the 2 Tier spice one. Also, I didn't like that they were not adjustable in height so there was some wasted space.
where do you recommend I go to buy these accessesories for storage for pantry? are they easily installable?
as "clever storage" http://www.houzz.com/pro/cleverstorageus/clever-storage-by-kessebhmer. Three names, same stuff! :) Rhoda http://billfryconstruction.com/
“Pantry storage” — Donna Tillemans
Interiors By Darren James
1 Review
Gold Coast Kitchen
Ideabooks4,645
Questions4
rack provides functional task lighting, bottle glass storage and further enhances the professional look of this ‘home chef’ style kitchen. Again, supports are positioned between the trusses in the ceiling to provide appropriate support. Storage Storage has been well considered in this kitchen with a scullery
‘professional series’ Oliveri sink and a water efficient KWC Inox vege spray mixer ensures even bulky baking items and trays are easy to clean. A three bin system is placed at the bottom of the sink cupboard on a servo drive mechanism allowing the client to easily open without the need of any hands. A zip
have been custom designed to house items such as recipe books, small appliances and cutting boards. Every storage item has been thoughtfully located in terms of function and frequency of use. Storage space has been optimized with the use of easy access drawers using Blum’s slow motion drawers. Again the
“Lighted shelf hanging from ceiling for barware” — staceymcgowan
Alair Homes
Vancouver - Shaughnessy Condo Kitchen
Ideabooks12,405
Questions6
contractor, Alair Homes, they took their time to thoughtfully design and focus their money where it would pay off in the reno. Karen wanted ample wine storage and Dave wanted a considerable liquor case. The result? A 3 foot deep custom pullout red wine rack that holds 40 bottles of red, nicely tucked in
Hi there, I'm writing a blog on cabinet storage for WoodIQ.com. Wondering if we could include this photo with the blog. We would, of course, link back to your Houzz site. Thanks!
I LIKE THE IDEA OF A DRINK FRIDGE… SO MANY TIMES ALL WE WANT IS A DRINK, AND DIGGING FOR COLD DRINKS IS A DRAG, probably wastes electricity too
Interesting wine storage and triangle alcove above it
11. Create a secret stashThis clever storage unit has suspended brackets to hold a fair number of bottles, and is tucked away. It’s ideal for keeping the ‘good wine’ hidden.
“Wine idea” — Nic Ole
Bonfigli Design
Planter Detail
Ideabooks14,686
Questions5
Try IKEA. These like the bins they sell w/a nice rolled edge.
hmmmm. . . sunken bins for everyday cooking stuff (+ herbs?). Lots of sourcing info in comments
neat idea for island herb and wine storage
I have been fascinated by this sunken bin since the first time I saw it. Filling it with wine bottles and leafy greens shows off its capacity.
“BBQ outside with herbs” — askwith
Judith Balis Interiors
10 Reviews
Modern Kitchen 1
Ideabooks1,252
Questions3
Wine storage built into the island
I like the horizontal wine storage at the end of
Like the wine storage location, especially if there is storage for the wine tools.
An easy and space-saving way to make your typical "under-the-island" wine storage stand out is to display free-floating bottles horizontally. This is an especially efficient method for those who have a lack of space, a lack of wine, or both.
“Wine Rack” — Paula Kostesku
Nicholson Builders
7 Reviews
Kitchen/Living Room
Ideabooks100K
Questions11
Love this! Would you please tell me where to get the sliding bins at the bottom?
The storage systems were from the container store and the wooden strips on the front end of the shelves were custom made to add additional security for the shelving
far left wall storage...want for our laundry
Storage and room to move and see everything
“Boa idéia pra despensa” — taniaperes
Sealy Design Inc.
16 Reviews
Moody Blues
Ideabooks10,554
Questions16
recycling bins with a sprinkling of baking soda on the inside of the cans. Every now and then, rinse the cans with 1 cup of baking soda dissolved into 1 gallon of warm water.Get your silver sparkling with a paste made from 3 parts baking soda and 1 part water.For stubborn stains on plastic storage containers
Dust your stainless-steel sink with baking soda and scrub for a sparkling shine.Deodorise rubbish bins and recycling bins with a sprinkling of baking soda on the inside. Every now and then, rinse the bins with 1 cup of baking soda dissolved into about 3½ litres of warm water.Get your silver sparkling
sparkling with a paste made from 3 parts baking soda and 1 part water.For stubborn stains on plastic storage containers, soak for 15 minutes in 4 parts baking soda and 1 part warm water. Scrub, rinse and dry.Rid your fruits and vegetables of dirt and insecticides by washing them in a sink full of water and ¼
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