The kitchen cabinets for the flip house in Vegas will arrive in a few weeks. In addition to the main cabinetry that surrounds the big appliances (range, refrigerator, etc.) I added a series of tall cabinets on an unused wall and included two pantries, one for food and the other to house bulk items and small appliances.
In my kitchen in California, I store small appliances in a cabinet hidden under the peninsula. It’s there that my blender, mixer, ice cream maker, and food processor live. Seeing a toaster or coffee maker or tea kettle if plain sight doesn’t bother me, in fact they can make a kitchen look more lived in. And if you use them every day, why put them away? I don’t have a colorful mixer but I also like those out on display, they are always cheerful to look at.
I found several attractive solutions for storing small appliances, including clever hutches and cabinets, appliances garages, and some well designed pantries too.
Happy Friday! What’s up with you this Easter weekend? Today and tomorrow my day is filled with projects for the One Room Challenge. There is much to do in so little time since I’m leaving on another trip! More details on that next week, meanwhile I’m adding my personal touch to the nightstands, finishing the fireplace tile, and finalizing the decorative details all before I head out of town.
On Easter I’ll be taking a break from projects to spend time with family, also making grilled lamp chops, yum! Favorite links from the week below: