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small bright kitchenTraditional Kitchen, New York

Kitchen - traditional kitchen idea in New York with stainless steel appliances, open cabinets and medium tone wood cabinets —  Houzz
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bokenmom2 wrote:September 4, 2013
cintz wrote:May 9, 2011
anardozzi wrote:February 13, 2012
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    DeCocco Design
    You're a peach to give us the facts--I've tagged the wall color and fan. Now we will never forget!
  • anardozzi
denisefoulger wrote:January 9, 2013
  • LarryMelissa Barger
    whats the paint color? LOVE IT
  • vlhormuth
    What is the brand and style of the cabinet hardware?
dangerkitten wrote:November 6, 2011
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    Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
    Those bins were from a company called Vessel. They don't appear to be available any longer, but I have emailed the company directly, and will let you know if we hear otherwise . . .
  • Becky Harris
    Thanks KS!
msuess wrote:April 19, 2012
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    Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
    That microwave/hood is from the GE Cafe line a few years ago. The current model number is CVM1790SSSS. The current one has a nice stainless steel handle.
  • msuess
    Thanks. Very helpful.
b3lle33 wrote:June 14, 2011
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    Texas Lightsmith
    The slide into the cabinet kind, and if your pets are smart.. add a latch! The tilt out are too easy for a smart dog to figure out, but you could have a latch on that, too. There's nothing more not-fabulous at the end of a hard day than a bag full of trash strewn across the house!
  • bepsf
    IMO - The best kind are those that are built into your cabinets as a recycling/composing center, regardless of whether you have pets or not.
beevick wrote:December 4, 2013
  • karen mile

    Please share information on the fan

pattyksar wrote:April 22, 2012
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    Yasser Moustafa
    This kind of rugs called khilim very famous in Egypt , turkey , and maybe north Africa
Klynda wrote:December 29, 2011

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Nicole Jacobs added this to 7 Ways to Create Open Pantry SpaceNovember 17, 2017

7. Use floating shelves. At what point do simple floating shelves end and an open pantry begin? I’d say that based on its function, this example qualifies as an open pantry. Four large floating shelves are used here for a collection of food canisters and oft-used items, giving it a definite open pantry vibe. If building in a pantry isn’t for you, this is another way to test out the look without having to commit fully.MoreKitchen Confidential: Walk-In Pantries vs. Cabinet PantriesWhy I Combined Open Shelves and Cabinets in My Kitchen RemodelThe Best Things to Store on Open Kitchen ShelvesBrowse pantry and cabinet organizers

Lisa Frederick added this to So Your Style Is: GreenApril 12, 2012

Style Secret: Recycling Made SimpleGood habits are easier to adopt when you make them as painless as possible. Set up a recycling center in an easy-to-access spot, such as the kitchen, garage or mudroom, to make sorting plastic, paper and glass second nature. There are plenty of ready-made systems on the market, including some that tuck away behind cabinets, but you also can mix and match bins and receptacles to design your own. Put it into practice: Look for opportunities to reuse household items that aren't going out to the curb. Perhaps old magazines can be used as wrapping paper or decoupaged onto vases and boxes; empty jars might hold craft supplies or corral silverware at casual cookouts; the last dregs of paint in the can could be splashed onto a canvas for DIY artwork. And don't forget to take advantage of community programs for recycling electronics, hazardous waste and other items beyond everyday discards.

Bneato Professional Organizing added this to 3 Sneaky Storage SpotsApril 10, 2012

Open shelving happens to be one of my faves, right behind hooks, for maximizing space.

Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to How to Store Your Stuff in Plain SightNovember 3, 2011

Replacing food packaging with containers allows your snacks to become part of your decor when you don't have a pantry. Toss empty boxes and bags into the orderly recycling bins tucked underneath.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

deremer added this to Living Room5 days ago

Floating shelves just for general sense of what it might look like in living room

Shirley added this to KitchenJanuary 24, 2020

Shelves at the far end of the island in kitchen

lizfloyd added this to Pantry Remodel - FloydsDecember 9, 2019

Maybe we forgo the cabinets for budget reasons and just add more shelves? I think it would make the space too busy but it is a solution we could do ourselves. Three to match the kitchen?

mizzme1 added this to bathroomOctober 31, 2019

Love for trash and added shelving

Myra Bruce added this to Pantry/kitchen Example PhotosOctober 6, 2019

Floating shelves over breakfast nook

Myra Bruce added this to Myra's ideasOctober 6, 2019

Floating shelves over breakfast nook

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