Kitchen. Monday , July 31st , 2017 - 01:46:19 AM
Where do you put thirty years of recipe books? How many junk drawers can you fill in a lifetime? Then there are all those nifty little appliances: waffle makers, crock pots, sandwich makers, electric griddles, food processors, bread machines, and so on. And these are the things I don‘t use...
Fortunately, the initial owners of my home had the foresight to implement a kitchen design that accommodates these accidents of time. Ceiling high shelves, while rarely poked into, are the perfect spot for Christmas dishes, Grandmother‘s set of old china, the children‘s first dishes, my collection of college day beer steins, and some rather unique and unusual impulse purchases.
Storage space is another important element of your kitchen design plan. A pantry is most desirable if you have the room for it. If you are tight on space, then making use of every nook and cranny for added space will help you get more out of your cabinets. Lazy Susans and other built ins inside the cabinets and help maximize cupboard space and make things easier to reach as well.
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