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recessed cabinets between the studs. I don't know why more people don't do this, especially in a bathroom.

Have been wanting to remove drywall to recess coat hooks between the studs ever since we built the house! Finally, here's a pic where it was actually done (from http://www.roomreveal.com/snaps/1550-Duetto-slab-with-a-leather-finish)

Between the Studs | The Craftery - a row of these along a passage wall would add valuable pantry space to a small kitchen -

In between studs cabinet Could be good for the laundry room, as long as there aren't electrical or plumbing things in the way

Etsyfrom Etsy

New Black Painted Wood Double Trash Bin Cabinet Garbage Can Tilt Out Doors Reserved listing for mm5702

I need this...or someone t o make it for me! New Black Painted Wood Double Trash Bin Cabinet Garbage Can Tilt Out Doors. This would be nice for clothes hamper.

Fieldstone Hill Designfrom Fieldstone Hill Design

rituals :: the broom closet

Perfect for the dead space at the end of our pantry with a cutout to charge the electric broom.

Hometalkfrom Hometalk

Hide your ugly trash can with this brilliant fix

How Clever is this ? DIY Wood tilt out trash cabinet !

Charles & Hudsonfrom Charles & Hudson

Create Storage & Intrigue With A Secret Door

What a cool idea!!! I could SO see this done in our hallway!!

Better Homes & Gardensfrom Better Homes & Gardens

Organize Now: Simple Weekend Projects

Room Divider- What it is: A nifty divider that neatly organizes living room space into a hardworking entry. How to make it: Assemble and attach three cabinet units together. Add hooks on the entry side to hang coats and bags.

The recessed shelves, built between studs on a pantry wall, is the best kind of storage for canned goods and other small items.

Martha Stewartfrom Martha Stewart

Organized Kitchens

Tuck away brooms and cleaning supplies in a handy utility organizer.

How to paint cabinets the right way. The technique and tools to use, as well as which paint to buy to make it look professional. | withHEART