1001 Ideas for Kitchen Organization: The Ultimate Source Book for Storage Ideas and Materialsby Joseph Provey
1001 Ideas for Kitchen Organization is a comprehensive resource for professional organizers, homeowners, and decorators to organize pantries, find a “home” for gadgets, and make better use of cabinet and wall space. Maintain access to frequently used items without the look of clutter; banish the ever-present “junk drawer”; and/b>/i>… See more details below
1001 Ideas for Kitchen Organization is a comprehensive resource for professional organizers, homeowners, and decorators to organize pantries, find a “home” for gadgets, and make better use of cabinet and wall space. Maintain access to frequently used items without the look of clutter; banish the ever-present “junk drawer”; and enjoy a beautiful, kitchen with maximum functionality using the professional advice in this essential reference guide. Over 1,000 gorgeous color photographs and illustrations display everything you need to know about kitchen organization.
This latest volume from the 1001 Ideas series (...for Windows, ...for Color and Paint, etc.) gives practical, imaginative help on how to create a dream kitchen or cure a dysfunctional one, whether you're designing from scratch, remodeling or just frustrated with your cooking space. After instructing the reader on organizational principles and "finding efficiency" in the kitchen, with an emphasis on balancing accessibility with tidiness and making the most of your space, the authors delve into the details of cabinets, countertops, overhead and vertical spaces, previously unusable nooks and crannies, etc. Clever inventions such as a cookbook holder hung from the bottom of a cabinet, multicolored collapsible silicon colanders, pull-down shelves and triangular sink "tilt-outs" to hold the soap offer stylish and playful relief for the space-challenged. This book is a good addition to any remodeler's library. (Sept.)Copyright 2007 Reed Business Information
Meet the Author
Joe Provey is the former chief editor of Family Handyman, Mechanix Illustrated/Home Mechanix, and Practical Homeowner magazines. He has authored several home improvement books, including the Creative Homeowner titles Better Lawns and Design Ideas for Flooring, as well as many articles for national home and garden magazines. Provey began his career as a carpenter and now lives in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
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