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  • Susan Rink

    Base cabinet or kitchen island with tilt-out storage for cutting boards, cookie sheets, etc.

  • Caroline Riley

    Here's another storage surprise in the island: a base cabinet tilt-out designed to hold cutting boards and cookie trays... And I wonder how hard it would be to re-engineer one of the cabinet doors to do this!

  • Victoria Higginbotham

    A base cabinet tilt-out in kitchen island, designed to hold cutting boards and cookie trays. Amazing idea.

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Naquele móvel que ficará na sala, na frente da mesa de jantar, podemos usar uma parte para a cozinha.

pull out cabinet rack. Even without the pullout feature, this is the easiest way I've ever organized my cutting boards, cookie sheets and graters!

I bet you could do this with existing cutting boards...use a little bit of food-safe stain on your board and seal with mineral oil. I think you'd have to tape your edge off and score the wood a bit to keep the stain from bleeding through. A good experiment at the very least.

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This is a great idea for storing often used cutting boards.

great way to organize pots and pans...i hate how my muffin pans and cookie sheets slide around all over each other under my oven every time i open the drawer...

Cutting board that weighs! very, very cool!! yes please!

A beautifully renovated Brownstone in Clinton Hills, New York. It looks so graceful with the cream, black & white backdrop, pops of beautiful blue in the kitchen & study and a natural lime-wash on some of the walls. Large black-framed windows, gorgeous...

cutting board drawer above the wastebasket

Great advice - "here’s a little tip for those of you that are having new countertops installed – ask the fabricator to make you a custom cutting board out of the countertop remnants, like the portions cut out for the stove and sink. You’ll have a gorgeous (and indestructible) cutting board that will blend in so perfectly with your countertops that you can leave it out all the time!"

Lovely, classic kitchen from Belgian Pearls. Stove, island, cabinet style. Prefer wood floor, though. [Evelyn%2520Moreels%2520%252811%2529%255B5%255D.jpg]