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Mullet Cabinet
8 Reviews
Formal white kitchen with blue island - Mullet Cabinet
Ideabooks3,757
Questions3
use. And the cupboards hide the office supplies.
Kids art supplies under north island?
Area for art supplies or a lunch packing station
kitchen island 3 drawers on end of eating area for art/supplies
Art storage in kitchen pull drawer
Kids' StationsDo your kids use the table for homework or art projects? Embrace whatever the other uses are and give those things organizational space. Set aside a cabinet for homework supplies and make sure there’s comfortable seating.
“pull outs for bar area where desk was” — murellablatt
Heydt Designs
4 Reviews
Mill Valley Classic Cottage
Ideabooks81,385
Questions52
We had these custom-made… Both the seat and the back I would try a restaurant supply company that makes banquette
Make the most of storage potential. That space underneath built-in banquettes is prime real estate. Use it to hold less-used linens, cookware, art supplies and more.
“what about creating breakfast nook on back porch” — bethclark66
Ruhl Walker Architects
10 Reviews
Boston Common House
Ideabooks6,247
Questions5
Statement wall behind the nook, maybe dark board, maybe kids art, maybe.... :)
scale of banquette beside cupboard - use of board/art
chalkboard wall, but add cork board for notes, art, invites, etc
hands busy (and out of hot pans) in the kitchen. Add a chalkboard wall, convert a low cupboard to a secret play area, or keep a bin of Play-Doh and art supplies within reach.
“Chalkboard on one side of nook (save space & just do flat trim??)” — tracyxscott
Tom Hurt Architecture
West 8th Street House
Ideabooks2,220
Questions0
space for artwork shelves high & low for book/art supplies
built in bookshelves and hanging shelves. the art work. the space.
art on far wall...art and books
“layout” — Bright Obasuyi
Cristin Priest {Simplified Bee}
4 Reviews
Kitchen Nook
Ideabooks3,405
Questions2
kid art supplies in booth storage
Drawers are the most expensive storage types but also the most easily accessible. Use one on the side of banquette seating for quick access to supplies.
Perfect way to store arts and crafts supplies for a rainy day.
the side of banquette seating for quick access to supplies.
Maybe Olivia could store her art stuff in window seat.
Drawer storage. Drawers are the most expensive storage types but also the most easily accessible. Use one on the side of banquette seating for quick access to supplies.
Give things like art supplies and notebook paper a home in your kitchen, and you'll cut down on the mess when it’s time to set the table.See more of this dining nook
storage. Drawers are the most expensive storage types but also the most easily accessible. Use one on the side of banquette seating for quick access to supplies.
“banquette cuisine” — meooneill
Burton Architecture
7 Reviews
Grand Street Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks2,040
Questions9
Burton's firm designed the banquette shown here for a galley kitchen remodel. Built by Mueller Nicholls, it includes a built-in bookcase for homework, art supplies and cookbooks. Because it's located safely out of the cooking area, the banquette serves as a family gathering spot that extends well beyond mealtime
“Corner cabinet seating in kitchen” — masartain
Podesta Construction
9 Reviews
Galley Kitchen
Ideabooks4,629
Questions3
Storage cavities under benches, in this case drawers fashioned by Podesta Construction, facilitate quick stuffing of kid clutter (toys, art supplies and those rapidly multiplying sippy cups) when unexpected company drops by.See more of this project
“Backsplash” — aabbtt
Cristin Priest {Simplified Bee}
4 Reviews
Kitchen Nook
Ideabooks279
Questions0
dough, an art tray or a dishpan filled with water toys or baby dolls for washing.
tray w/ different vessels holding school supplies
Art tray, could also do for play doh
Great way to store art supplies
Emergency kids Craft supplies.. Ready to grav
easy activities can be a lifesaver when you need to get the kids busy in a hurry. Try a tray with cookie cutters and a jar of homemade play dough, an art tray or a dishpan filled with water toys or baby dolls for washing.
easy activities can be a lifesaver when you need to get the kids busy in a hurry. Try a tray with cookie cutters and a jar of homemade play dough, an art tray or a dishpan filled with water toys or baby dolls for washing.
“neat idea” — teresadima
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