23 Kitchen Pantry Ideas for All Your Storage Needs
Storage is never in short supply when a well-designed kitchen pantry is just steps away. A pantry can be built-in, butler's style, walk-in, freestanding, or a combination. No matter the style, it should optimize your kitchen layout by consolidating everything in one handy location. Keep food items organized and on-hand with these kitchen pantry design ideas.
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Bi-fold to Faux Shiplap French Closet Doors
Today I'm sharing our bi-fold to faux shiplap french closet doors! Welcome to Week Three of the 'One Room Challenge'! If you've been following along you might remember that first I shared the before and mood board, then we painted and installed laminate flooring. In case you haven't been following along, this was the before. Although the closet doors weren't awful, it was a lot of wood. Especially after we added the wood flooring. The bi-fold doors also meant it was hard to access the sides…
Proline Bespoke Bedroom & Home Office designer furniture, custom contemporary and traditional fitted furniture in London
Proline specialise in bespoke Contemporary Furniture for Private Houses and Offices across London. We design, build and install furniture for home offices/studies, shelves in alcoves, fitted wardrobes and bookcases.
Panel, Louver, and Flush Doors
You may be surprised to know that just about any door you like can be made into sliding (bypass) closet doors. If you do not see what you're looking for here, please check out our other door pages to see if you find something there.
Progress Report: Shoals Residential Interior Design - Pillar & Peacock
Wainscoting in formal areas. Tile in the bathroom. A hallway lined with art. Not exactly groundbreaking stuff, right? Well, not necessarily… Take this bathroom. The tiled floor and wall are hardly reinventions of the wheel. But arrange the tiles in a herringbone pattern across the floor and two facing walls, and suddenly you have a visually stunning geometrical pattern that not only serves a practical need, but also makes a familiar material look brand new. (And if you dare, continue the…