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Michael Kelley Photography
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Malibu Lake Residence
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I like the wooden style (and the dog) and the overhead cooker thing with the storage
a kitchen cabinet space for doggie food bowl
Underneath dog food dish
Recessed area for pet food
Dog bowl food holder
For George's food...Dog food...dog food spot...pet food
“beveled mirror tiles” — cameron_prevost
gogo gulgun selcuk
vintage,old style
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oh how much do I heart the storage with the glass drawers for the dry food
glass front drawers for dry food storage
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 have 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
“for secretary area” — docturner
Sarah Phipps Design
Shack Attack
Ideabooks2,872
Questions6
This Smeg style fridge works when it's in a stand-alone spot (wouldn't want to use in a fridge niche).
common ways to handle the food situation, along with pros and cons:Share everything. For some, sharing food and splitting costs evenly works out without a hassle. Conflicts can arise if one of you has friends over a lot and feeds said friends from the (supposedly) equally shared food stash. If you go this
this route, be clear that the food is for roommates only.Separate sides of the fridge. Shop separately, and 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 loves meat).Share staples, split the rest
“Ceiling, layout” — whitehat3
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Open kitchen shelves
Ideabooks3,266
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Beautiful way of organizing and storing food
This style of shelving and paint for pantry
Frances' philosophy on open 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, pretty dishes and things I have collected over the years. It adds warmth and meaning."Wall paint: Chelsea Grey,
Frances’ philosophy on 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, pretty dishes and things I have collected over the years. It adds warmth
“cor de parede e prateleiras” — luciasena
Lisa Nieschlag "Liz & Jewels"
Remodeling house in Germany
Ideabooks3,047
Questions2
Real food in fridge n pantry
7. Fill your fridge and pantry with real food. When our schedules are overfilled, it seems easier to rely on takeout, but having healthy ingredients for 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
perhaps try swapping out a few takeout meals with healthy snacks and high-quality ready-made food from the market.
“table sous le comptoir” — jbeausejour1
Debbie Dusenberry, aka CuriousSofa.com
curioussofa
Ideabooks23,698
Questions18
What do you call this sink style and where did you get it?
The stove was also a large vintage style 4 burner, found on Craig's List.
ind island. Any kind of old finish should be sealed for safety around food and easy cleaning.
when you combine an old wood table and a piece of Victorian flashing? A one-of-a-kind island. Any kind of old finish should be sealed for safety around food and easy cleaning.
old wood table and a piece of Victorian flashing? Any kind of old finish should be sealed for safety around food and easy cleaning.mirror over sink b/c no window.
you combine an old wood table and a piece of Victorian flashing? A one-of-a-kind island. Any kind of old finish should be sealed for safety around food and easy cleaning.
“Table” — marchemere
Farrell Design Assoc Inc,
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Florida Home
Ideabooks731
Questions2
bedsheets, so you can settle in quickly •Basic cleaning supplies •A small tool kit •Healthy snacks, paper plates, cups, utensils and a coffeemaker •Pet food, bowls, leash, pet bed •First aid kit
bedsheets, so you can settle in quickly Basic cleaning supplies A small tool kit Healthy snacks, paper plates, cups, utensils and a coffeemaker Pet food, bowls, leash, pet bed First aid kit
and bedsheets, so you can settle in quicklyBasic cleaning suppliesA small tool kitHealthy snacks, paper plates, cups, utensils and a coffeemakerPet food, bowls, leash, pet bedFirst aid kitThe Moving-Day Survival Kit: Lifesaving Items and Niceties
and bedsheets, so you can settle in quicklyBasic cleaning suppliesA small tool kitHealthy snacks, paper plates, cups, utensils and a coffeemakerPet food, bowls, leash, pet bedFirst-aid kit
“The car” — Nadine Mattocks
Lisa Nieschlag "Liz & Jewels"
Remodeling house in Germany
Ideabooks94
Questions0
and photography studio for her food blog, Liz & Jewels, a site she shares with Brooklyn, New York, photographer Julia Cawley. "I work on the tabletop area by my kitchen on weekends and in the evenings. Its proximity to my kitchen is very practical, given all the food-related projects that I'm busy
and photography studio for her food blog, Liz & Jewels, a site she shares with Brooklyn, New York, photographer Julia Cawley. “I work on the tabletop area by my kitchen on weekends and in the evenings. Its proximity to my kitchen is very practical, given all the food-related projects that I’m busy
“Love the floor” — Diane Maartens
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