Menu Board- Transfer favorite meals to standard sized note cards. Store the cards in a box or binder until it's time to pull out the recipes you plan to make for the week. Take the cards with you to the grocery store to ease ingredient shopping. Then attach the cards to a menu board that clearly lets everyone know what's for dinner.
a few things to like: Upper shelves go all the way around and are shallow, just tall enough to fit canisters; gray print on walls, baskets along bottom (good for potatoes, onions, bags of things); cubbies along back wall with double-high baskets; shallow shelving along side for canned goods. good shelf on back wall for appliances.
this is how i want the pantry to look! perfection!
O will forever by grateful to Janell over at Isabella & Max Rooms. When I saw her kitchen remodel, I picked up the phone immediately and ordered the same backsplash from here. The subway tile is classic but the beveled edge provides a terrific reflection of light and adds dimension to the space. I love it! And as she pointed out, Sarah from Sarah's House used it in her farmhouse! It's a keeper. Thanks, Janell. Here are some shots from her kitchen. It's beautiful!
beveled edge subway tile
love the blue paint at the back of the cabinets. and the SINK! A girl can dream, cant she?
whoa! chalkboard on two cabinets! and love the white!