Modern Pantry By Tinsley Hutson-Wiley Interior DesignEclectic Kitchen, San Francisco
Co-designed by www.dehnbloomdesign.com
Alex Amend © 2012 Houzz
What Houzz contributors are saying:
3. Bend the other rules. It’s important to make your friends welcome, and this means not only accepting their habits, but also modifying yours. Although guests should respect your space and act appropriately, you should also be ready to bend the rules for the short time they’re with you. Go with the flow to make them welcome and also preserve your sanity. Perhaps you usually like to eat breakfast at 7 and your guests prefer to take brunch? Let it go! Be flexible. Relax. You can revert to your old habits once they’ve left.
How about hanging kitchen collectibles on the wall? Or displaying kitchen necessities, like the pots and pans that hang in our bungalow kitchen? Anything you do that adds interest and a story to an otherwise nondescript and utilitarian room will serve to increase the feeling of welcome.