88 spatula Home Design Photos

WoodWorks INC.
3 Reviews
Oak Hills
Ideabooks7,204
Questions1
FOODIE KITCHEN DESIGN TIP #5 Keep cooking utensils off your countertop. Keeping spatulas and whisks in a countertop jar may make storing these awkwardly shaped utensils easy
Keep cooking utensils off your countertop. Keeping spatulas and whisks in a countertop jar may make storing these awkwardly shaped utensils easy, but it also creates clutter. Consider replacing a narrow cabinet
5. Keep cooking utensils off your countertop. Keeping spatulas and whisks in a countertop jar may make storing these awkwardly shaped utensils easy, but it also creates clutter. Consider replacing a narrow cabinet
5. Keep cooking utensils off your countertop. Keeping spatulas and whisks in a countertop jar may make storing these awkwardly shaped utensils easy, but it also creates clutter. Consider replacing a narrow cabinet near your stove with a custom pullout to keep utensils close at hand.
“Good idea for narrow space next to stove” — natbiraben
WoodWorks INC.
3 Reviews
Oak Hills
Ideabooks211K
Questions24
space at a premium, these hidden spots are space savers and a great way to stay organized. I would love to be able to hide my mismatched spoons and spatulas in a drawer like this one.
drawers for large spatulas etc
spatula storage...Storage - Spatulas...Spatulas drawer...Spatula Drawer
“space beside oven” — maalbert
Apt 2B Baking Co.
My Kitchen
Ideabooks1,180
Questions0
spoons, tongs and spatulas tidy, but they also keep tools close at hand so they're a cinch to grab when you need them
Store utensils in crocks. Not only do crocks keep wooden spoons, tongs and spatulas tidy, but they also
Store utensils in crocks. Not only do crocks keep wooden spoons, tongs and spatulas tidy, but they also keep tools close at hand so they're a cinch to grab when you need them.
6. Store utensils in crocks. Not only do crocks keep wooden spoons, tongs and spatulas tidy, but they also keep tools close at hand so they're a cinch to grab when you need them.
6. Store utensils in crocks. Not only do crocks keep wooden spoons, tongs and spatulas tidy, but they also keep tools close at hand so they're a cinch to grab when you need them.
“Large butcher block” — shanacup
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Adding Organizational Solutions
Ideabooks575
Questions1
drawer into thirds” “can one of the drawers on the LHS of the gas range have slots like this?” “Love this drawer right under stove top” “Drawer with spatulas right under the cooktop” “dividers but with a deeper drawer.” “Favorite part - the custom knife block - in the drawer” “utensil drawer under cooktop”
Drawer with spatulas right under the cooktop
“Utensil drawer” — islander88
HEI Design
11 Reviews
Evandale 1
Ideabooks13,805
Questions5
6. Store utensils in crocks. Not only do crocks keep wooden spoons, tongs and spatulas tidy, but they also keep tools close at hand so they're a cinch to grab when you need them.
“great kitchen cabinet for storing utensils”...spatulas etc
spoon and spatula storage
Spoons and spatulas
“Handy.” — maizeeday
Craftsman Design and Renovation
23 Reviews
1920 Colonial Kitchen
Ideabooks36,889
Questions16
Creating a pullout cooking utensil station for spoons, spatulas and oven mitts is an ingenious use of the rollout storage idea. A pegboard or perforated metal backing creates an easy (and affordable) backdrop for stress-free reachability.Pullout drawers like this are also great for trash and recycling
“Range color and slide out for utensils” — rjbulloch
Mu-2 Inc.
3 Reviews
Modern Kitchens
Ideabooks2,022
Questions3
process with drawers and counters. •When it’s time to put back the keepers, be sure to put things near where they will be used (knives near prep area, spatulas near the stove etc.) Cleaning tasks: •Wipe down drawers and shelves. •Inspect pots and pans, and remove cooked-on spots and stains. •Have knives
process with drawers and counters.When it’s time to put back the keepers, be sure to put things near where they will be used (knives near prep area, spatulas near the stove etc.)Cleaning tasks: Wipe down drawers and shelves. Inspect pots and pans, and remove cooked-on spots and stains. Have knives sharpened
“Look at where the books are tucked away. The natural lighting. A passageway to the dining room. T” — dhtmaster
Jordan Lotoski
Ridge Home
Ideabooks62,668
Questions50
stick to neutral palettes in 2012. Shaker cabinetry was king in the kitchen and often came with specialized built-ins to keep awkward essentials (like spatulas and baking pans) neat and tidy.
“kitchen” — renee211
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