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Fit For A King and Queen
basement bowling alley
bowling alley
“Island style” — mmpascoe
TerraCotta Properties
6 Reviews
Woodchuck Kitchen Renovation
Dog bowls out of the way
Dog bowl drawer. Would need to be lower. Food storage
Even doggies appreciate their own dining area. Keep their bowls off the floor and out of the way with a pet-friendly drawer that slides out at mealtime.
dog bowl...Dog bowls...the dog bowl...dog bowl drawer...Dog bowls, mud...hideaway dog bowls...Hide a dog bowl...dog bowl storage...Mudroom, dog bowls...Dog bowl pullout?
“what a great way to manage the pet necessities” — sbiondi21
Traditional Kitchen
good island-end solution with a replacement office drawer and floor space for dog bowl
another option vs. completely built in place for bowls would to have a nook area so at least bowls aren't in the way.
dog bowl We can add a name tag over the bowl
island had room for dog bowl at one end. drawer above.
This dog bowl space is an idea.
relationship you have with your pet. Dogs' joints, like ours, stiffen up when they get older. Senior dogs enjoy eating from a bowl placed on a stand or short bench that raises the bowl high enough above the floor so they can eat in a regular standing posture — no need to lower the front part of the body or
“Tiles” — mdebrit
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Harrell Remodeling
9 Reviews
Thank you for your interest but the homeowner bought the dog bowl and we don't have information about where she found it.
Dog bowls, built-in m/w, bar
Love the dog bowl hideaway
Love the Dachshund dog bowl!
Dog bowl...Slot for bowls...hidden pet bowl...Puppy bowl storage...pet bowl niche...pet bowl area:)...Spot for dig bowls
“kitchen” — helmercier
Capstone Marble and Granite / Boston
2 Reviews
Capstone Granite
what kind of sink is that? Square or double not the same size bowl
What kind of sink would you put in an island square or a double bowl with the size bowls different?
dishwasher and only use your sink for the larger pots/pans - I'd get a single bowl as then you actually have room to wash them. Single bowls are becoming increasingly popular if you have a concern about resale. With the double bowl sinks, having a bigger side on one side is beneficial in that you have a space
for bigger items. If you are concerned about the symmetry, I'd say don't be, but there are some more square double bowls that just have the divider scooted over to allow for a larger bowl one side and a smaller on the other.
“Maybe slightly lighter wood but otherwise spot on.” — orbiterpilot
Archipelago Hawaii Luxury Home Designs
15 Reviews
Hi ,do you know where i could purchase something similar to your fruit bowl.
canoe as fruit bowl.
Interesting fruit bowl
fruit bowl...fruit bowl...Cool fruit bowl....Fruit bowl
“Pretty!” — jreilly48
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
14 Reviews
Glass Kitchen
alley kitchen
“Contrabarra” — celyvp
Fredman Design Group
12 Reviews
Sleek Kitchen
Great alley kitchen design
“countertop and backsplash” — Cathye Onur
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