PRISTINE IN THE COUNTRYTraditional Kitchen, San Francisco

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Example of a classic kitchen design in San Francisco with recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets and beige backsplash —  Houzz
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Tracy Lawrence wrote:November 28, 2013
  • Glen Browne
    Absolutely agree. Lol, Platters are made to sit horizontally and can e stacked in top of each other in a deep drawer which would probably take up a third of the space, freeing up another two drawers. Plus they probably roll around opening and closing. The more I think about it the more daft it us, especially at that price and the fact that it looks unfinished

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Organized By Aly added this to Should It Come With You When You Move?April 25, 2017

3. Do I love it? Does it have special meaning? Was it from a special friend or relative? Does it evoke a positive memory or hold significant value? If the answer is yes, assemble a moving box, wrap up your items and place them carefully in the box. Tip: Make sure to label the outside of the box and keep a list of the items inside each box. This will help you locate everything more easily later.

Affecting Spaces added this to Kitchen Confidential: Amp Up Your Storage With PulloutsNovember 28, 2015

4. Vertical storage. It’s often a challenge to find enough space to store big baking sheets, trays and cutting boards. This clever pullout forgoes the hassle of having to layer heavy trays and platters on top of one another. Why is it that the tray you need is always on the bottom of the pile, anyway?

Becky Harris added this to Your Post-Thanksgiving Game PlanNovember 10, 2015

Organize and inventory the serveware. Keep a notepad and donation bin handy. As you’re putting away your platters, bowls, pitchers, vases and other pieces, take stock: Was anything missing? Make a note to get it. While putting things away, pay special attention to everything — are pieces lurking on the bottom of the cabinet that you never use? If you didn’t use those items at your big Thanksgiving dinner, chances are you never will, so consider donating them. Find serving platters in the Houzz Shop

Karen Egly-Thompson added this to 13 Popular Kitchen Storage Ideas and What They CostSeptember 25, 2014

1. Pullout platter storage. Entertaining often means getting out the stepladder to grab an oversize platter from the upper reaches of a cabinet or wall. Edo Rosenberg of Kitchens by Meyer came up with this solution, which integrates a pullout compartment in the end of a kitchen island. It commands a lot of space — it’s 30 inches wide and 24 inches deep — but houses large platters at arm’s reach in a divided, safe enclosure. Cost: Rosenberg says this custom feature cost his client roughly $1,200. See more serveware storage that’ll serve you well

Tiffany Carboni added this to Serveware Storage That'll Serve You WellNovember 15, 2013

A single, full-size pullout behind cabinet doors provides room for larger platters. Its location directly under a large countertop ensures an ample workstation for filling up a big serving dish.

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Rob Shore added this to Creek House Cabinetry4 days ago

Something like this would be nice for large platters.

xinla added this to Emerald - Kitchen Ideas7 days ago

LOVE this feature for trays and oven ware

Dulci Jensen added this to Inside Ranch House design ideasJanuary 29, 2020

Nice place for the large heavy things.

Karen Devine added this to KitchenJanuary 15, 2020

Have you ever heard yourself saying, “We might need these platters/bowls/serving dishes for when we throw parties”? Before you feel you need to keep six salad bowls and a dozen white platters, ask yourself a couple of questions:When was the last time I threw a party and needed all these items?If I did need more serving dishes/bowls or platters than I own, could I borrow them from a friend, family member or neighbour?

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