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Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
bowls and food storage
space in wall for food
Nook for pet food/supplies
Dog Food Bowls...for dog food, etc
hall into kitchen
Mindful Designs, Inc.
Energy Efficiency Model Home
Kitchen from hallway showing wall art and colored island accent and hood.
how the kitchen is private, on the other hand how long does it take to bring food to the table
into the kitchen, but would like more open space
barn door, floor, kitchen island color
Pre-Rinse Kitchen Faucet
green kitchen island
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Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
Joan Heaton Architects
over a kitchen island. Would you know who makes it?
used for food storage before refrigeration, stoneware crocks of various sizes are a frequent antiques fair find. Smaller crocks can hold kitchen utensils or flowers, while the larger ones are perfect for storing umbrellas or rolls of wrapping paper.
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flower food to the water. Cut the stems at a 45-degree angle and trim them every few days. Change the water every two or three days. Keep the arrangement away from direct sun, drafts and small children, who might grab a leaf and pull the whole thing over.
where to put dog/cat food bowls
Wall Build out for Food Bowls
indention for food/water bowl
Dog food under stairs
kitchen - Sid's bowls
tuck away food bowls.
Cat food...Dog food cutout...food bowl alcove...Built in food bowls...pet food bowls...cat food niche
Robert A. Cardello Architects
fabricated by Kitchens By Dean in Stamford CT
off the kitchen near the island’s cookbook bookcase, the pantry may be the homeowners’ favorite feature of their kitchen — even if it’s not technically inside the kitchen. French doors with mirrored panels give the oversize pantry an elegance that masks its purpose of storing food, extra dishes and platters
white kitchen but dark cabinets as rear entrance
As if the kitchen’s ample storage weren’t enough, the design team made sure to give the family what Campbell calls the ultimate pantry. Just off the kitchen near the island’s cookbook bookcase, the pantry
their kitchen — even if it’s not technically inside the kitchen. French doors with mirrored panels give the oversize pantry an elegance that masks its purpose of storing food, extra dishes and platters.