Show the fun of cooking and other food above the kitchen sink for easy use by guests.
Dear Sam, I don't know if you answered some minor questions.
I am a foodie and an amateur chef.
My kitchen is full of cook books.
I know I should have put them in the cabinet, but I don't use them when I can't see them.
They are always placed on counters, tables and dining chairs. Ideas, please?
Dear Naomi, no problem. it's too small.
I used to work with a decoration editor who referred to the small issue as the "Peace Breaker ".
"Really, this is a small problem like a leaking faucet (
I'm listening to my drip.
This will drive you crazy.
My first suggestion seems to be basic, but in the age of my magazine styling, I went to a lot of houses where I just had to pile up messy cooking books neatly. An easy-to-
The Access cookbook collection requires space, so take away any appliances you don't use every day.
You really don't need 24 hours.
Access to the bread machine.
Once you have made some counter space, stand up all the books you refer to most directly and fix them with the book head.
This is a good bookshelf.
If you really want to go to Martha Stewart and pack all the crap or soft
Cover the books with paper and label the spine.
Brown wrapping paper, or even chopped paper grocery bags, will make you look like a home.
Another solution is to buy a book facing the children's bookshelf ahead.
If you have space, hang a large rack on a narrow wall, or hang three large racks vertically, you will have access to your books and wall art.
Any books you show should be in good condition or you will see a dirty wall of books.
However, a bigger, perhaps the best solution is the recipe itself.
While reading Lindsay Stephenson's Little House blog, I stumbled across the idea (
Olympic Gamesblogspot. ca).
Lindsay's kitchen is great with a cookbook book shelf above the sink.
If you have a big kitchen
Box Shop, where you can change the cabinet library above the sink or you start with kitchen reno, a recipe shelf is both practical and beautiful.
"The recipe shown reminds me of my family and adds color to our kitchen," Lindsay said . ".
From a practical point of view, Lindsay likes to have books on "eye level" where you can easily find a recipe to get the recipe.
"The Bookshelf also provides a visual break from the wall of the cabinet so that it doesn't look like a kitchen showroom. (
Check out more information about Lindsay's kitchen on the next page. )
Nowadays, many of our kitchens are part of a large room or an open kitchen --concept plan.
Books and accessories will blend your kitchen with your living space.
So take these books out of the cabinet, but probably not in the chair.
Send you the little-
Space issues with Asksampynn @ gmail.