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Friday, January 20, 2012

Tie It All Together

Well, all the storage boxes are painted, trimmed, and filled with their designated goodies.
 The antique china cabinet found a home and a purpose.
 And I got my house back, even with all of the extra possessions hauled back inside from the storage pod.
I'm starting to recognize this house.
 First, this baby needed a good cleaning, oiling, and moving.
Wine crates are free for the asking at most shops and liquor stores. Call around and score some interesting, sturdy storage.
It beats plastic.
And it will hold your table settings in plain site with style. 
But onto how the storage project turned out. Follow us.
 Steel shelving is inexpensive and very popular right now. They adjust for a perfect spot to nestle all those Christmas boxes we just painted.

 All of your essentials are close at hand, Chef.

 My crystal...oh, did I miss you.





 I like to have a comfy spot to perch if I'm not the cook that evening.
 And wine crates also make a good wall display, 
not to mention a convenient spot for your wine glass.
 All in all...
 I'd say it pulled together nicely.
Grab a glass and have a seat.

2 comments:

Jane @ The Borrowed Abode said...

Woohoo for finished projects! I love you created a cozy corner in your kitchen. And it's nice to be able to keep the chef company while he cooks. . . and I see a perfect coaster on the wall shelf where you can perch the "I'm-keeping-the-chef-company" glass of wine. :)

I just did a similar wine crate shelf thing...next week on the blog. Great minds think alike!

ourlifeinaclick.blogspot.com said...

Yum..what kind of vino are you serving this evening? Not that I'm picky.....it does all pull together fabulously!!! I could definitely sit there and admire it all while having a cocktail or three. I'm so jealous of those wine crates, I really do need to call around and see if I can get my hands on some.