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route, you can still tuck a bar tray, wine racks and serving pieces in among the books and other items.
Trade in your buffet for a major storage piece. In the dining room, consider swapping out your low sideboard
Trade in your buffet for a major storage piece. In the dining room, consider swapping out your low
standard dining room functions. If you go this route, you can still tuck a bar tray, wine racks and serving pieces in among the books and other items.
Trade in your buffet for a major storage piece. In the dining room, consider swapping out your low sideboard for something with more storage potential
Trade in your buffet for a major storage piece. can still tuck a bar tray, wine racks and serving pieces in among the books and other items.
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19. Bring indoor comforts outside. Having real dishes and serving pieces, vases of fresh flowers and nice indoor cushions on the porch or patio makes a space feel extra special. Look around your house before the party
Bring indoor comforts outside. Having real dishes and serving pieces, vases of fresh flowers and nice indoor cushions on the porch or patio makes a space feel extra special. Look around your house before the party
Bring indoor comforts outside. Have real dishes and serving pieces, vases of fresh flowers and nice indoor cushions on the deck feel extra special. Look around your house before the party and see what you can
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old kitchen was turned into a pantry, where Maureen can access all her serving pieces, extra glassware and frozen foods. (She opted to put a freezer in the pantry instead of the main kitchen.)
Pantry for storing serving pieces and freezer!
a pantry, where Maureen can access all her serving pieces, extra glassware and frozen foods. (She opted to put a freezer in the pantry instead of the main kitchen.)
I like this for the "serving area" leading into the dining room
Part of the old kitchen was turned into a pantry, where Maureen can access all her serving pieces, extra glassware and frozen foods. (She opted to put a freezer in the pantry instead of the main kitchen.)
Part of the old kitchen was turned into a pantry, where Maureen can access all her serving pieces, extra glassware and frozen foods. (She opted to put a freezer in the pantry instead of the main kitchen.)
table, chairs: Ashley Furniture The built-in hutch also received an update to match the kitchen cabinets and countertops. Glass cupboards showcase serving pieces.
section of cupboards for serving ware
Built in hutch no glass on top or piece of furn. For kit.
The built-in hutch also received an update to match the kitchen cabinets and countertops. Glass cupboards showcase serving pieces. Pendant light: Schoolhouse Electric; table, chairs: Ashley Furniture
perhaps a way to store serving pieces
Storage of serving platters for the Pantry
Serving pieces
KitchenYvonne Eijkenduijn
Rethink your usable space. A microwave can go in a cabinet, freeing up your counters. Lesser used items like cookbooks and larger serving pieces can go on top shelves, with food (in easy-to-see containers) on more accessible shelves.
Rethink your usable space. A microwave can go in a cabinet, freeing up your counters. Lesser used items like cookbooks and larger serving pieces can go on top shelves, with food (in easy-to-see containers) on more accessible shelves. See more of blogger Yvestown's kitchen here.
Rethink your usable space. A microwave can go in a cabinet, freeing up your counters. Lesser used items like cookbooks and larger serving pieces can go on top shelves, with food (in easy-to-see containers) on more accessible shelves. See more of blogger Yvestown's kitchen her
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wine or juice -Big napkins -Candles and matches or a lighter -A wicker or mesh dome-shaped cover to keep flies off the food -Unbreakable outdoor serving pieces -A bottle opener
water, wine or juice Big napkins Candles and matches or a lighter A wicker or mesh dome-shaped cover to keep flies off the food Unbreakable outdoor serving pieces A bottle opener 9. Offer blankets on chilly evenings. Keep a pile of blankets by the door — old wool camp-style blankets, lightweight kantha quilts
Have an outdoor dining basket with serving pieces, candles, and blankets for when the evening gets cool!
wine or juice ◦Big napkins ◦Candles and matches or a lighter ◦A wicker or mesh dome-shaped cover to keep flies off the food ◦Unbreakable outdoor serving pieces ◦A bottle opener
things easier to find and help prevent clutter from building up in the future. Make a place for your favorite everyday pieces. Those napkins, placemats and serving pieces you find yourself reaching for most often should be placed front and center. If you have limited space, transfer rarely used
things you use and love on a daily basis. Sort your drawers and cupboards by category: placemats in one, napkins and napkin rings in another, serving implements in a third and so on. Before you call it quits today, dig out that list you made on Day 1 cataloging the kinds of things that were cluttering
If you enjoy entertaining large groups, it might make sense to keep a large number of extras on hand — just keep in mind your needs. Very formal pieces you are afraid to use. What is holding you back? Can you get over it and use those beautiful glasses, or would it be wiser to sell them or gift them
Yes-it is an antique pine piece. It was purchased over 20 years ago.
sentimental pieces of china and serve ware that you don't use could be put on display
no need to box it up and start from scratch. Layer in plates, cups, goblets and other pieces in bold, fun colors to give the old standbys a new spin. Here, sprightly majolica updates a group of simple serving pieces
no need to box it up and start from scratch. Layer in plates, cups, goblets and other pieces in bold, fun colors to give the old standbys a new spin. Here, sprightly majolica updates a group of simple serving pieces.
from scratch. Layer in plates, cups, goblets and other pieces in bold, fun colors to give the old standbys a new spin. Here, sprightly majolica updates a group of simple serving pieces.
also holds another 40 bottles of white. They sourced a 140-year-old wrought iron gate that fit the wall space, and re-purposed it as a functional art piece to frame a custom 30 bottle whiskey shelf. Durability and value were themes throughout the project. Bamboo laminated counter tops that wrap the
cabinets. They spent some time on Houzz and made their own idea book. Confident with good ideas, they set out to purchase additional Ikea cabinet pieces to create the new vision. Walls were moved and structural posts created to accommodate the new configuration. One area that was a challenge was at
decorative grille provides visual interest and highlights the collection. A similar approach could be used to house bright glassware or smaller serving pieces.
Glen had extra storage put into the bench seats in the dining area for rarely used fine serving pieces and partyware. The table and the benches were both custom made by a local carpenter. Radiant heat keep the stained cement flooring from feeling
Glen had extra storage put into the bench seats in the dining area for rarely used fine serving pieces and partyware. The table and the benches were both custom made by a local carpenter. Radiant heat keep the stained cement flooring from feeling too cold. Lighting: Rejuvenation; flooring: Montanari
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