Old York Rd. Kitchen RenovationTraditional Kitchen, Baltimore

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call23 wrote:Mar 7, 2013
  • Amy Culver
    thank you!
  • Suzy Falk Spira

    where is the cover for the toe kick heater from?

joeleonardcr wrote:Sep 13, 2013
  • joeleonardcr
    Did you purchase the poultice or make it yourself? Brand? Thanks!
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    Greenleaf Construction
    I don't have a brand name, but a local tile shop would be able to supply you with one.
wearen2hd wrote:Feb 5, 2014
  • lawcat
    williams sonoma has it
aceteaching2 wrote:Jul 3, 2013
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    Greenleaf Construction
    The floor tile is flamed granite black in a mini Versailles pattern. There is a floor warming system underneath.
abqhouse wrote:Dec 31, 2013

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    becky
    Becky Harris added this to Kitchen Fix: Good Spots for a StepladderJul 11, 2017

    Laying in a Toe-Kick Drawer Toe-kick space is often wasted. But a small folding stepladder can tuck away into one of these space-maximizing drawers.The Kitchen Storage Space That Hides at Floor Level

    becky
    Becky Harris added this to You Said It: ‘Put It Back’ If It Won’t Help Your House, and More WisdomSep 10, 2014

    “A toe kick doesn’t have to be wasted space. Drawers for extra storage are the perfect use for this overlooked space.” — Yanic SimardThese toe-kick drawers are the cleverest idea I’ve seen all week. Here a stepladder is tucked away in the handy space. Others stash cookie sheets, muffin tins and more. Full story: The Kitchen Storage Space That Hides at Floor Level

    yanicsimard
    Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to The Kitchen Storage Space That Hides at Floor LevelAug 17, 2014

    … or a stepladder for when you need to reach those tall upper cabinets.

    lisa9089
    Lisa Higgins added this to Conquer Clutter With Drawers: 14 Inventive SolutionsDec 18, 2013

    To eke out storage in every last corner of your kitchen, utilize the space under the cabinets with kick drawers. (They’re tucked in behind the cabinet’s toe kick.) This one hides a folding step stool to reach those high shelves, but you could also use this space to hold trays or cookie sheets.

    shane
    Shane D. Inman added this to 8 Kitchen Amenities You'll Really Wish You HadJun 23, 2013

    A handy step stool. It's always great to have a leg up for extra-high upper cabinetry, but where on earth should you store the step stool? An ultrathin model can slip right inside a discreet drawer. This homeowner managed to sneak one inside a toe kick. A specialized step stool drawer like this is offered by many cabinetry manufacturers — if you're designing a new kitchen, don't forget to ask about this feature.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    michael_sandry
    Michael Sandry added this to kitchen6 days ago

    a handy step stool hidden in the toe kick.

    lisa_mcgovern77
    Lisa McGovern added this to Kitchen6 days ago

    step ladder in toe kick drawer. brilliant!

    webuser_836808934
    HU-836808934 added this to KitchenAug 14, 2019

    ladder storage and vent opening

    olga_adiatulina
    Olga Adiatulina added this to кухняAug 4, 2019

    шкаф и цоколь под духовным шкафом

    lisamacbg
    lisamacbg added this to kitchenJul 21, 2019

    handy step stool. It's always great to have a leg up for extra-high upper cabinetry, but where on earth should you store the step stool? An ultrathin model can slip right inside a discreet drawer. This homeowner managed to sneak one inside a toe kick.

    webuser_719007251
    nandita g added this to Kitchen brainstormJul 16, 2019

    Handy step stool stored in toe kick

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