Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.Transitional Kitchen, Los Angeles

Venice Beach is home to hundreds of runaway teens. The crash pad, right off the boardwalk, aims to provide them with a haven to help them restore their lives. Kitchen and pantry designed by Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
Photos by Erika Bierman

Example of a transitional kitchen pantry design in Los Angeles with open cabinets and white cabinets —  Houzz
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walleyefisher22 wrote:Jan 24, 2013
soukouma wrote:Jun 29, 2012
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    Anthology Interiors
    Love this funny little debate! Actually there's no reason not to store many fruits, tomatoes, avocados, mangoes and other items in the pantry. It's actually better there than in the refrigerator. And, yes, it looks so pretty!
  • Julie
atitlan1 wrote:Oct 15, 2012
  • lyndarva
    How wide are the shelves? They look like maybe 9"
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    Charmean Neithart Interiors
    Yes, it was about 9". These shelves are re-inforced in the wall and had brackets on the end, which you can't really see.
condoe wrote:Aug 3, 2012
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  • dianelady52
    In my world you can! You have white appliances and probably light coloured cabinets perhaps? Sure you can bring in more modern elements to your kitchen. Just back them up with more modern utensils for example : coffee maker, utensil holder, paper holder etc... They are cheaper to buy and will help to tie in the newer items you have bought. Then slowly you can bring in the modern appliances you want. And anyway, I always think that you really dont want to see absolutely everything in the same 'matchy matchy' style but I understand somethings are better for continuity and flow. Good design to me is merging classical and modern together. Remember your space should reflect you... I bet your kitchen will end up looking interesting and beautiful.. Enough said!
Tiffanie Kozuszek wrote:Apr 16, 2012
  • A & L

    Charmean, did you do the wallpaper before or after install of the shelves? Love it, it adds such a nice pop and interest, over just a painted pantry.

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    Charmean Neithart Interiors

    Hi A & L

    No, shelves first. It's very difficult to not damage the paper while installing shelves, so we always install shelves or cabinets first and then paper the remaining walls. Great question, thank you for your interest. Charmean

Wesley Vance wrote:Feb 27, 2016
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    Charmean Neithart Interiors

    Re-enforced L bracket in the wall. CN

  • pdr5710

    Where can I buy shelves like this. I am adding a pantry to my kitchen and I love these.

lincpauljose wrote:Aug 14, 2012
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    Charmean Neithart Interiors
    Good question. I really try to keep fruit displayed for short periods of time. In the case of this picture, just for the opening of this teen center. I know there are fruit fly traps available online, but I think these catch flies not keep them away. My only suggestion would be to not let fruit sit too long. I'll look around for some more tips. Thanks for your interest. Charmean Neithart
  • Jane Reed
    Here's an old fashioned remedy; take a small wine glass, put about a 1/4" to 1/2" of sherry or other sweet wine in it. then add a couple of drops of liquid dish soap. Set the glass near the fruit or on the window sill. the wine attracts the fruit flies and the soap breaks the tension on the surface so when the fly lands to drink it falls in. Just change the liquid every couple of days. I hope this helps.
Joe Chierotti wrote:Apr 18, 2012
Sharon Challingsworth wrote:Jan 25, 2015
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    Charmean Neithart Interiors
    This is the Fuscia pendant for FLOS. It is available online, just Google the name.
jessaven wrote:Jun 19, 2014
daryncoss wrote:Apr 15, 2014
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    Charmean Neithart Interiors
    Not sure really. I can only speculate, but maybe because it's been added to 78k ideabooks here on Houzz.
Lynn Miller wrote:Jun 2, 2013
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    Charmean Neithart Interiors
    Hi there. The shelves are 18" apart, except at the very top where there is 24" of bulk storage. Thanks very much for your inquiry. Charmean Neithart
Merridee McNelly wrote:Feb 19, 2013
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    Charmean Neithart Interiors
    Have your friends go to the ideabook they would like to share. Click on the collaborate button in the top left corner. Then have them add your email in the area provided at the bottom that says "add people", make sure to click the add button. You will then be able to see that ideabook. hope that helps. Charmean Neithart
amazingdesigns wrote:Aug 16, 2012
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    Charmean Neithart Interiors
    Hi there. This is wallpaper. The picture is tagged with product information. Thank you for your interest. Charmean Neithart
laura1100 wrote:Jun 20, 2012
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    Charmean Neithart Interiors
    He there. They are from Pier One. Hope that helps. Thanks for your inquiry.
    Charmean Neithart
kvignos wrote:May 10, 2012
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    Charmean Neithart Interiors
    Hi kvignos. These shelves were custom cut by my cabinet maker. I would look into your local cabinet shop or lumber yard. A lumber supplier might be able to cut similar shelves if you provide dimensions. Hope that helps. Charmean Neithart
sylz wrote:Apr 28, 2012
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    Charmean Neithart Interiors
    Hi sylz. This pantry is about 5'Wx3'D. The shelves were about 15" deep. I had them cut in a u-shape so you can stand in the pantry and have easy access to items. Let me know if you need further information. Thanks for your inquiry. Charmean Neithart

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Shana Levy McCracken added this to How to Waste Less FoodFeb 16, 2017

1. Plan around what you already have. First, shop smart by considering what you already have before making your shopping list. Try to come up with one or two meals based around ingredients already in your pantry. This way, you’ll use what’s in your stores well before it expires. Tip: If you’re struggling for recipe ideas, online sites can be so helpful: There are many where you can enter a few ingredients and get recipes that incorporate them.Find a professional organizer to help streamline your kitchen

Urban Casa added this to The First Rule of Home Staging: Less Is Always MoreOct 3, 2016

Organize your cabinets and pantry. People considering purchasing your home will likely look behind closed doors, so give your kitchen cabinets and pantry a good edit. Organize, discard or give away anything messy or that hasn’t been used in a while. Make everything in your pantry look more appealing by storing items in inexpensive Mason jars or canisters. Next, pare down and organize the contents of your refrigerator. Buyers will be paying a lot for your appliances, so make them look appealing. As with the pantry, you might try placing smaller foods such as vegetables in plastic bins. This will not only organize your fridge, but be visually appealing.

Sam Ferris added this to Kitchen Confidential: 13 Places to Hang WallpaperApr 4, 2016

13. The pantry. Fetching your food doesn’t have to be a boring task. Whether it’s contemporary, traditional, colorful or black and white, or has shapes, a wallpapered backdrop is a fun addition to the pantry.More Kitchen Confidential: 7 Ways to Mix and Match Cabinet Colors | 11 Islands With Furniture Style | The Case for Corbels | All Good in the Hood

Bryan Anthony added this to 80 Pretty and Practical Kitchen PantriesJul 23, 2015

33. A stylish Flos Fucsia glass pendant and Kravet wallpaper make for a pretty backdrop in this Los Angeles pantry.

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