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
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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
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.
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