Store often-used kitchen staples in sealed glass jars, and set atop your counter. The jars look pretty on display, while keeping essentials such as pasta and rice within reach. Plus, countertop storage frees up space in your cabinets for less frequently used items. Ideas, Open Shelves, Cabinets Makeovers, Chalkboards Painting, Chalkboard Paint, Chalk Boards, Kitchens Cabinets, Pantries Doors, Cabinets Doors
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Utilize Door Interiors Press interior doors into service. Line a door with cut-to-fit sheets of cork to create a message center, or attach a magnetic board to the inside of a door. Attach a basket down low to keep bags in line. Or coat a door with blackboard paint to give kids a place to entertain themselves while you're cooking.
Labeling System- When you store containers in a drawer, sometimes it can be difficult to see what's inside. Eliminate the guesswork with lid labels. Glue vinyl paper to jar lids and use a dry-erase marker to label the jar's contents.
Careful planning makes this pantry a storage success. Jars and baskets were purchased to fit the shelves. Packages of dry goods can be transferred to air-tight jars, which all line up perfectly along the shelves, eliminating the challenge of trying to configure packages of different sizes.
#5.) Farmhouse kitchens have a vintage appeal. I adore the cabinets in this kitchen because of the glass doors and antique latches. I also like the industrial appeal of the ampersand sign, galvanized metal bar stools and antique drying rack on the island.