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Sigdal kjøkken - Herregaard Inframe hjørne

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in the corner of the countertop, store small appliances behind a door that slides down to conceal the appliances. can even put outlet in to keep some appliances like toaster pluged in

See through cupboard doors. Put Corners to Work Perpendicular countertops result in extra-deep corners that often go to waste. Put this area to work storing small appliances. Install a door that slides down to conceal the contents.

Avoid an overly industrial look in your kitchen by hiding the microwave oven, toaster, blender, and other tabletop appliances in an appliance garage with a door: http://www.bhg.com/kitchen/remodeling/planning/kitchen-remodeling-tips/?socsrc=bhgpin120514storesmallappliances&page=5

Conceal Cumbersome Contraptions--Tired of bulky kitchen appliances crowding your countertops? Stow away toasters, blenders, mixers, and more behind an inconspicuous cabinet panel. The appliance garage

53 Mind-blowing Kitchen Pantry Design Ideas - I am so jealous of every single one of these pantries!!

source: Crisp Architects Lovely kitchen features double doors opening to walk-in pantry lined with horizontal paneling and open cabinets with butcher block countertop over slate tiled floor. I would do invisible paneled doors