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Painted and Wood Kitchen
Where did you get the plates from?
I love the dinnerware, plates, bowls etc. Where can I find it?
If you click "More Info," you can see that the plates have been given an image tag with the product information of the plates. They are Emma Bridgewater Black Toast. If you google that, you can find some distributors online.
traditional, as the picture you've shown) but mirrors will bounce the light around. You won't "see" the mirror, instead you'll see light, depth, your plates reflected, etc. If this sounds scary, got to Home Depot, and buy a box of 12" x 12" tiles, and put them in the back of your cabinets. You won't get
Plate rack for hutch in new breakfast area hutch/plate rack
quirky space and don't really have the option of having symmetrical wall cabinets on both sides, an unfitted dish rack cabinet is a great way to get storage without having to force the symmetry issue. This solution allows you to have your cake and eat it too: the cabinet itself is symmetrical, but it's
Lisa Gabrielson Design
the open dish shelf with plate dividers; future beach house - yes!
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K & M Designs
what about this for kitchen storage
Plate rack on blank wall in kitchen
plate rack use of dead space
plate rack functions as storage and decorative area without taking up floor space
Repurpose plate rack to pot lid rack
little niche created by unused wall depth is a great way to get extra storage.
This plate rack is recessed into the wall and houses the owner's collection of pretty patterned plates. The traditional sconces really dress it up.
The plate collection keeps this owner grounded in cottage roots.
These plates are artfully displayed - and useful, too.
A plate rack is a great addition to any kitchen. I love the way that this one allows you to show off a beautiful plate collection without taking up precious space in your kitchen
Abilene, TX: Camille Dickson
plates right of sink steamed glasses the left side
Plate rack with shelves
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231 Easton Way
I love the dish storage like this, goblets underneath would
plate racks and under sink curtain
Plates and curtain under sink
plate drying racks...
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it is more durable and requires less maintenance. As the building is long and narrow the kitchen is contained to one side, and is packed with wall storage.
right back against the wall, has the option of storage room under the seats, and offers plenty of space for guests to shuffle up if you’re having a big get-together.
Lose the clutterThere’s one foolproof way to reduce the number of pots, pans and plates covering every surface in your kitchen – pare
that third wok, most of us have cooking paraphernalia we simply don’t use. Pack it up and banish it to the attic (or charity shop). You’ll free up storage space and keep worktops blissfully clutter-free.
I really like the open shelf and the mirrored plate holder cabinet in this one. It's a great use of space and very practical! The light wood bringing out the light veining in the counters is also a great
Plate storage and open shelving
plate rack and shelves
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