What features would you like to see more of on kitchen.closet.heart? (Choose all that apply.). I used to keep our pots and pans in a typical kitchen cabinet, however, I found they were nearly impossible to get in and out without wanting to quit cooking before I even started, so they found a new home in the spinning lazy susan, which makes them SO much easier to find and grab! There is never harm in switching things up when something isn’t working for you! Next to all the dining storage, we have our sink. I totally HEART your snack bin idea! And, I say the pantry is the heart of the kitchen. While we would actually love to redo our entire kitchen from top to bottom and do away with this large and deep closet a.k.a. pantry.
Kitchen cabinets paint: self-leveling, no brush marks, latex that dries hard like enamel! I love the grey blue cabinets with brass pull handles (an easy update for any shaker style kitchen) as well as the open shelving around the room which is a great way to show off stylish collections of crockery while making everything readily accessible. Many of you were wanting to know how we painted our kitchen cabinets. I had planned on doing a detailed post about the process while we were working on it, but things were happening so.
One of these days I hope to create cute labels for the storage containers, similar to how Jen at I Heart Organizing did in her kitchen pantry reveal. I bought some corbels like the ones I had used in my previous kitchen and had them ready for my hubby to put up kiychen shelves 023. Houzz. Love this kitchen with heart pine floors and white cabinets, sink in island lkwoz.
Painting Mobile Home Kitchen Cabinets
Since we last showed you the office, butler’s pantry, and master suite (along with the master bathroom & closet) and then took a pause to have a baby, let’s pick back up in the main living spaces of the house: the living room & the kitchen which you can see from the floor plan below are both pretty big zones on the first floor. The walls in both the living room and the kitchen are Simply White, and then we layered in some colorful paint/textiles/art/accessories (like a navy fireplace column, a kitchen island in the same color, a breakfast nook full of colorful accessories, some bold art in both spaces, and a colorful rug and pillows, etc). Between our den and kitchen is an antique cupboard. Years ago when looking for a cupboard I found this flour bin and thought it would be great for storing placemats, table runners, and cloths. You could paint your kitchen cupboard doors, there are plenty of tutorials on pinterest. Launched in 2007 The Beat That My Heart Skipped focuses on home inspirations, design trends, lifestyle and food – coupled with an insight into Rohini’s work and home life – from key picks at trade shows to styled weekend soirees.