Before installing a pocket door, read these helpful tips. Pocket doors are great, but they have their limitations too. We’re putting some in our home, but we were unable to use a pocket door in the bathroom like we wanted to.
A closet (or pantry) can be used in a multitude of ways -- not just as a traditional kitchen pantry or a closet for cleaning supplies. Here, homeowners are sharing clever ideas for your pantry -- including how to install a sliding door for the pantry, how to turn empty space underneath stairs into a pantry, and even how to hide the pantry if you don't want it to be a focal point in your kitchen. The following tips apply to walk-in closets of all shapes and sizes.
Do you need more storage space in your home? How about taking advantage of a slightly unusual location to create storage under stairs.
This handy little automatic door switch lighting feature in a kitchen pantry is a welcome idea that has been a long time coming. The simplest ideas are sometimes the best.
Walk-in hidden kitchen pantries are a nice feature to incorporate into a kitchen design. Here are a few photos to give you some ideas.
A brief look at a walk-in closet within a walk-in closet of a master suite in a home in the Blackberry Run section of a gigantic Cousins Properties subdivision being built in northeastern Paulding County known as Seven Hills.
The kitchen in this home consists of all stainless steel JennAir appliances. The overall design is great as it includes a walk-in pantry, an island and a kitchen desk. It is also open to a keeping room with a fireplace and it looks onto the backyard. If you aren’t much of a cook, this kitchen may entice you to spend a little more time honing your culinary skills.