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Sarah Phipps Design
Shack Attack
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conflict around food is to agree early on how you will handle groceries, and stick to it. Here are three common ways to handle the food situation, along
said friends from the (supposedly) equally shared food stash. If you go this route, be clear that the food is for roommates only.Separate sides of the fridge
keep your paws off your roommate's food. This can be a smart choice if you tend to buy very different kinds of food (i.e., one roommate is vegan, another
“Wallpaper cabinets smeg sink. All of it” — charliedog99
Michael Kelley Photography
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Malibu Lake Residence
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doggie place. I bet food and treats are in the drawers above the feeding station.
leave bottom of cabinet empty space for kitty water and food bowl with catching tray
pet food and water dish in built in lower cabinet area
Dog food nook
“Backsplash!” — cerissalgardner
Farrell Design Assoc Inc,
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Florida Home
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kit •Healthy snacks, paper plates, cups, utensils and a coffeemaker •Pet food, bowls, leash, pet bed •First aid kit
tool kit Healthy snacks, paper plates, cups, utensils and a coffeemaker Pet food, bowls, leash, pet bed First aid kit
tool kitHealthy snacks, paper plates, cups, utensils and a coffeemakerPet food, bowls, leash, pet bedFirst aid kitThe Moving-Day Survival Kit: Lifesaving
tool kitHealthy snacks, paper plates, cups, utensils and a coffeemakerPet food, bowls, leash, pet bedFirst-aid kit
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vintage,old style
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glass front drawers for dry food storage
help you stay organized. This kitchen has glass-front drawers that store dry food items — showing them off is all part of the design. Many glass-front drawers
a 2- or 3-inch space right behind the glass that you can keep filled with food so the drawer always looks full. You don't want to show off an empty drawer
“Tiroirs” — Yose Le Gallic
Lisa Nieschlag "Liz & Jewels"
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Remodeling house in Germany
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kitchen and the dining area as her workspace and photography studio for her food blog, Liz & Jewels, a site she shares with Brooklyn, New York, photographer
the evenings. Its proximity to my kitchen is very practical, given all the food-related projects that I'm busy with," she says.
kitchen and the dining area as her work space and photography studio for her food blog, Liz & Jewels, a site she shares with Brooklyn, New York, photographer
the evenings. Its proximity to my kitchen is very practical, given all the food-related projects that I’m busy with,” she says.
“Stool” — lynnski78
Eclectic Kitchen
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How to decant food for open shelf storage
like the way the canisters are displaying the food. It gives the kitchen a ton of character
e, protein-focused first meal of the day will pave the way for healthier food choices all day. You won’t feel hungry soon after you walk out the door,
“I really love getting new kitchen cabinet supplies. I really don't think you can have too many cute” — tomstubbs951
Open kitchen shelves
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pantry provide the best of both worlds. Essentials out and on display and food goods and other tucked into the pantry
shelving in her kitchen is simple. "I guess if I fed my family really crappy food, I might want to hide it behind cabinets," she says. "I like to see cookbooks
open shelving in her kitchen is simple. ‘I guess if I fed my family [junk] food, I might want to hide it behind cabinets,’ she says. ‘I like to see cookbooks
“Shelving above sink for display and decorstion” — Andrew Carpenter
Lisa Nieschlag "Liz & Jewels"
1 Review
Remodeling house in Germany
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7. Fill your fridge and pantry with real food. When our schedules are overfilled, it seems easier to rely on takeout, but
meals and snacks on hand is often faster and cheaper than going to pick up food from a restaurant. If you're truly strapped for time, perhaps try swapping
swapping out a few takeout meals with healthy snacks and high-quality ready-made food from the market.
“color” — thechrisparker
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