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JOHN DANCEY Custom Designing/Remodeling/Building
1 Review
Hill Country
Ideabooks6,823
Questions6
clean.To make an island truly yours, give some thought to what you want to store there. It's worthwhile to integrate a mix of small and large drawers, an open shelf for storing larger items like platters, or baskets for storing root vegetables.
“open storage under kitchen table” — eohunt
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2007 Showcase
Ideabooks5,356
Questions1
6. Clean and store umbrellas. Cleaning umbrellas can be a bit tricky. If there's just a bit of dirt and pollen on it, simply dust it off and store it inside until summer. If it needs a bit of a scrub, wash it off with dish soap and a sponge. If you have a vinyl umbrella, a detergent made for convertible
convertible car tops can do the trick. After you're done washing the umbrella, make sure to let it dry completely in the sun for a couple days. Never store an umbrella that's remotely wet if you want to avoid mildew!
“Patio” — mthome1024
Platt Architecture, PA
2 Reviews
Family Home in The Ramble
Ideabooks9,039
Questions6
space. When designing a pantry from scratch, measure each of your appliances that you're considering storing side by side. Though you may not be able to accommodate every item, you will likely be able to store your most frequently used appliances for easy access. For this butler's pantry by Platt Architecture
Architecture, a spacious countertop houses small appliances. This way none of the bulky pieces have to live in plain view on a kitchen countertop or be stored at a height that is either too high or too low for someone to comfortably lift them. Thanks to its generous size, this pantry also is able to host a
“Pantry” — alieverse
Cody Anderson Wasney Architects, Inc.
2 Reviews
Mulberry Lane Residence
Ideabooks16,427
Questions3
great for storing all appliances when not in use keep counters clean
Store room...Store place...Store area
“pantry” — randyrobert
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Stamford Living Detail
Ideabooks17,525
Questions10
tiles were a display at a department store that the homeowner found. Clay tile with a glazed coating.
I do not recall how large the tiles were. They were from a retail display at Neiman Marcus Last Call outlet store. I think they are 16"x16" but onal not
I work in a hardware store and I'm pretty sure you can simply use epoxy (good quality like PC-7) to attach your D-clip to the back of the tile....make sure you measure the same distance from the top of each tile and perfectly center each clip. Anchor your screws into the wall and hook
Check a tile store or stone quarry, or hunt down some vintage tin ceiling tiles (they come in the most beautiful patterns).
Floor tiles as art. There are some amazing floor tiles out there. Why not hang a few as art? Check a tile store or stone quarry
“can we paint my current chairs?” — cherylyoffe
Richard Brown Architect AIA
8 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks626
Questions1
outside. Architect Richard Brown recommends achieving the same effect using a Raskog cart from Ikea. Integrate it into an Ikea kitchen or use it to store outdoor tableware and linens.
outside. Architect Richard Brown recommends achieving the same effect using a Raskog cart from Ikea. Integrate it into an Ikea kitchen or use it to store outdoor tableware and linens.'
outside.Architect Richard Brown recommends achieving the same effect using a Raskog cart from Ikea. Integrate it into an Ikea kitchen or use it to store outdoor tableware and linens.
“hidden cart” — jamramer
Marie Newton, Closets Redefined
1 Review
Custom pantry
Ideabooks360K
Questions74
Shelf for appliances to be stored
to shock, but I was absolutely clear, and today I do have a walk-in pantry with shelves floor to ceiling. I love it. Is it swoonworthy? No. Does it store a ton of food, extra serving pieces, cleaning supplies and small appliances? Definitely, and it’s organized enough.
“Pantry” — gwycherley
Marie Newton, Closets Redefined
1 Review
Custom pantry
Ideabooks12,515
Questions8
IKEA shelving with baskets. Will help store more things other then shelves.
Custom shelving over and around the washer and dryer. Store paper products, small appliances, etc.
Shelves fit what is being stored.
Another image for the pantry. We don't counter though, I don't think. We will need someplace in the kitchen or pantry to store the fryer. The problem with that is that it is often greasy, so we'll need some sort of mat that can be removed and cleaned.
“pantry” — kcackerman
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