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Melted Mason Jar Spoon Rest | Everything Turquoise

Melted Mason Jar Spoon Rest | Everything Turquoise

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lovely little indoor succulents planted in ladles hanging in a kitchen window... so sweet! ... How to Display Plants Inside- 9 Easy Ways | My Craftily Ever After

Re-purposed Shutter: Mug Rack

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DIY Glass Shelves in Front of Kitchen Window or add a shelve above the top one in cupboards ( inside )

DIY Glass Shelves in Front of Kitchen Window

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12 Kitchen Organization Tips From the Pros When you spend all day in the kitchen, you learn how to keep things running smoothly. Here's how professional foodies find a place for everything — and keep everything in its place — to make cooking and entertaining easier

12 Kitchen Organization Tips From the Pros

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Who knew? Storing onions for winter, can store for 8 months in pantyhose. Tie a knot between onions and you can then clip the knot as you need an onion.

Store Onions in Pantyhose to Make Them Last Longer

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Make a Funky Wooden Spoon Display | Click Pic for 28 DIY Kitchen Decorating Ideas on a Budget | DIY Home Decorating on a Budget

28 DIY Kitchen Decorating Ideas on a Budget

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Rustic Recycled Cheese Grater and Colander Countertop Lamp Light via Etsy ... so fun for the kitchen

Free Kitchen Art Printable I Heart Nap Time | I Heart Nap Time - Easy recipes, DIY crafts, Homemaking

Kitchen with dark woods, and interesting stone details

Ball Quilted Crystal Jelly Jars - so versatile beyond just canning! You can cook with them, serve in them, and store in them-lids seal tight for freezing, refrigeration, or room temp. 12 oz. jars for everyday drinking glasses (classier than standard pint mason jars), 8 oz. jars for juice glasses, 4 oz. jars for single servings appetizers, desserts and more or even tea light holders... I'll take a set of each for my kitchen please

Marble Enamelware Utensils 2 Serving Spoons 1 Slotted Soup Ladle.... love these but in the light moss green and white

Shut the front door! Raise cabinets to ceiling and add a shelf under. Love this idea! Easy way to maximize space and getting rid of that useless dust-collecting space above the cabinets.

framed magnetic spice rack - idea for storing spices in a small kitchen! I'm all about functional art!

Creative Clips for Sheer Cafe Curtains... Silverware with handles bent back holds these sheer cafe curtains on a slender cafe rod. Stitch together decorative sheer napkins or squares of sheer fabric to make the curtain panels. Look for flatware and old silverware at thrift shops and garage sales. Bend spoons and forks into U shapes. Make a small slit in the curtain to slip the spoon or fork through, and hang the bent handles over the cafe rod.

Tablecloth Valances... Tablecloths from the 1940s and 1950s make cheerful valances. Look for bargain linens at garage sails, junk shops, and farm auctions for $5 to $35. Even damaged or stained cloths will work if you can cut them and salvage the good portion. To hang the topper, simply loop the ends through holes in drapery brackets. These are architectural salvage, but you'll find new ones in the drapery departments of sewing and crafts stores.

Fork & Spoon Door Pulls

homemade hardware... silverware handles for kitchen cupboards

pendant light shades made from pretty bundt pans... perfect for the kitchen

creative kitchen lighting... pendant light made with a flour sifter

Cookie Cutter Peg Rack. this one via Etsy.

A standard mason jar will fit most blenders, turning it into a single-serve magic bullet... I do this all the time... perfect for smoothie night with the girls! :]

frames + old cutlery + white spray paint = kitchen decor

Cutting board drawer over garbage... hmmm