20+ Ways to Squeeze a Little Extra Storage Out of a Small Kitchen
Kitchen bursting at the seams? If you’re going a little crazy trying to fit all your cooking accoutrements in your teeny-tiny kitchen, this is the post for you. Here are 20+ ideas for ways to squeeze a little extra storage out of a small kitchen. 1. Not enough cabinet space? Mount a pegboard and hang all your essentials. From Alison, Liz & Nicole’s Shared Space. 2. Get the most out of the cabinets you do have with stackable shelves (like these from Store)… 3.
Cottage Living’s Best Kitchen Redo Ever
It’s been well over a year since Cottage Living closed up shop, but that’s only solidified my obsession with enthusiasm for one of my favorite features of all times: Anne Turner Carroll’s gorgeous Birmingham kitchen remodel. Brimming with beauty and function, it’s full of practical elements that you can emulate too— no sledge hammer required!• Mix metals.
Painting a room’s woodwork | My Remodeling
Painting a room’s woodwork and the trim around doors and windows opens up a number of designs potential. When painting woodwork, start at the top of the room and work down: ceiling molding, doors, windows, chair-rail moldings, then baseboards, save wear and tear on your knees when painting baseboards by wearing knee pads or by kneeling on a cushion. The edge of woodwork is sometimes curved or very narrow, less than one inch, making it difficult to paint them neatly. Vertical edges of windows…
Martha Stewart Living Kitchen at The Home Depot
A linen closet with four adjustable shelves, a chrome door rack, and a pull out hamper helps keep your home neat and organized. #MarthaStewartLiving Cabinetry at The Home Depot.