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Materials: Numerär kitchen counter, small Besta shelves, Besta bottle rack, Capita stand, Vinna handles Description: Background - Always wanted to have a kitchen island that matches the overall kitchen style - Needed more space for cooking books that were stored on window ledge (can be seen on the first picture background) - Wanted to accommodate dustbin and waste-paper as well as empty glass bottles (can be seen on the left hand of the picture below) - Needed more work space in order to cook with more people in a communicative way Approach - From the originally built in kitchen I had remaining from the Numerär kitchen counter - Bought at Ikea the following o two small Besta shelves for 30€ each o four Capita stands for 16€ total o Besta bottle rack for 10€ o Vinna handles for 10€ for towels - Bought a flake board at the hardware store for 10€
Materials: 2 Lack Coffee tables (31x45); 4 metal brackets Description: 1. Completely assemble one of the Lack tables.
Materials: IKEA cabinet of unknown name, 1/4" X 1 1/2" wood, 1/2" X 1 3/4" wood, 3/4" X 2 1/2" wood, wood glue, some hinges, hacksaw Description: I started with this kitchen storage cabinet from IKEA, whose name I don't know. The top was originally a single piece which was much wider than the base, overhanging in a way that always made it a bit awkward to place in the kitchen.
Do you have deep kitchen drawers? We have a couple, and they are always getting jumbled up; it's so easy to throw a lot of stuff in there! Well, we are smitten by these in-drawer organizers from Studio Becker, which we recently spotted at the Washington Spaces blog. Take a look, and also see our suggestions for a some cheaper alternatives. TOP ROW • 1 & 2 We love all these in-drawer storage options from Studio Becker!