Extremely small galley kitchen storage
What is the word that describes something smaller than a galley kitchen? That's what our kitchen is. Danny installed the racking from Ikea to save space. Most of the utensils are lime green from Joseph Joseph.
Narrowboat Refurbishment Design into Lovely House on Water - Home Improvement Inspiration
Narrowboat refurbishment design with teeny space interior. The Narrowboat refurbishment design has flick of a hinge or the slide of slats technique, so create economic use of space. For example, the L-shaped sofa can simply slide-out and become double bed, or flip up or down table, depend on the purpose, as dining table or just preparing stuff.
Ikea Grundtal Stainless Steel Rail 15 3/4" Long Kitchen Utensil Rack | eBay
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Ikea Grundtal Stainless Steel Rail 15 3/4" Long Kitchen Utensil Rack at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
31 Practical Kitchen Rail Storage Ideas - Shelterness
When it comes to kitchen storage there are a lot of options to organize it. That's great because as small as big kitchens need it. You need to find a
The RIBBA-RAIL - IKEA Hackers
Materials: RIBBA picture ledge, GRUNDTAL rail, 4 short screws Description: Take the GRUNDTAL rail and measure it up on the base of the RIBBA ledge so it’s central. Drill 4 pilot holes and then screw the rail to the ledge using quite short screws as they may pierce through the shelf base. (If shelf is …
A Wood Herb-Drying Rack or Utensil Rail
After singing the praises of air-drying the laundry over at Apartment Therapy, I couldn’t help but think of drying herbs in the kitchen. While my tiny herb garden requires nothing close to an entire free-standing rack, a small rail like this one could do the job while looking beautiful in the kitchen. If you don’t grow herbs, drying leftover store-bought ones is a great way to preserve them, or the wooden rack can also be used as a utensil rail.
COOL COPPER LOVE
Wow... my Mac is now really slow... really really slow... I know and have known for a while that I will need to upgrade, and I guess I will need to look at this sooner rather than later, because what should have been a quick post all about 'Copper Love' and the latest trend of using copper and brass in interiors - has turned into almost an hour long struggle with not only a slow and unresponsive Mac, but also my gmail account keeps telling me I've signed in from another location…