Hate to pile on, but I have to agree with the previous two posts. No one who has actually worked in a kitchen would design one this badly. "Oh, I need another 1/2 cup of water to thin the soup. Just wait while a do a lap around the island to get to the sink." And the trend of hard benches without backs as a place to eat anything besides a quick picnic has got to go!
An Old Carnegie Library Becomes a Beautiful Grey, Wood, and Brick Kitchen Kitchen Spotlight
|1/28/13 6:13 PM|
Ikea has a backsplash product in a few different patterns. You could attach it with those new adhesives ( I think they are "Command" brand maybe by Scotch) and then take it down if the landlord wants when you move. The saltillo tile floor is lovely. I have the same awful cabinets and can't afford to replace them yet, so I am looking at just painting the wood part and attaching regular type hardware (I have lost count of how many broken fingernails have happened from opening the doors using those grooved wood slots). Please post again when you have made your changes!
Ways To Pull This Rental Kitchen Together?
|4/5/12 2:39 PM|
Day beds, which are twin sized are the most uncomfortable things to sit on. A queen sized bed with no back and your legs stretched out in front would be even worse. Any guests would be scanning the room for absolutely any other place to sit. I agree with all previous posts. Beds in bedrooms. Sofa's in living rooms.
How To Make Queen Bed More Sofa-Like? Good Questions
|3/13/12 5:53 PM|
There is nothing smart about this idea. It has emergency room visit written all over it. Those ornaments are made from very thin glass, not heat tempered. Have you ever seen one shatter? You find shards forever. Plus, holding a hot drink in something with no handle...just plain dumb.
Great Gift Idea: Make Hot Cocoa Ornaments
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