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cool storage solutions for small kitchen...

Posted by mvastian (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 2, 07 at 3:30

...somewhat out of the box. Found on the "not martha" site. Thought I'd share.

Maria

Here is a link that might be useful: small kitchen solutions at not martha


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RE: cool storage solutions for small kitchen...

Great! I printed out the whole thing because everytime I bookmark stuff like this it goes away when I go back to it later.

If you love open storage, or are forced to use it, all this stuff is really creative and functional. One negative comment: unless you use things with the frequency of a diner cook, it does get dusty. Then you have a dusting problem and a putting-dirty-utensils in/on your food problem. And those containers and their fasteners will get dusty too. But small parts of this I'll definitely plan to use in the new house.

I guess there's more on that website? I also have to visit the Ikea fans site because those people are incredibly creative. That's a later phase in my kitchen planning.

Thanks for posting it.


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RE: cool storage solutions for small kitchen...

pinktoes,

thanks for mentioning the ikea fans - definately have to check that out!

Maria


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RE: cool storage solutions for small kitchen...

I think that's a neat set of ideas.

And really well organized & put together--if I did a blog, that's about what I'd want mine to be like.


I esp. like the info about the wire cables and the little "ferrules" (metal sleeves you slip over the wires and clamp down so that it holds them together).

I can envision lots of uses for that "technology" now that I know what it's called and where to get it.

it's worth clicking on the photo to see the extra detail and description.


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