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DIY Kitchen Command Center

Posted by: on August 25th, 2015 | Make A Comment

DIY Kitchen Command Center

A kitchen command center can be a big help in keeping a busy family organized. It’s a place to leave family notes, post schedules and hang keys. This DIY kitchen command center features just about everything you’d want– a magnetic chalkboard, a strip of cork board for pinning items, hooks for keys, and a rack for holding papers and folders. Plus, it looks great with its doors decorated with stained wood planks.

Follow along with our step-by-step tutorial to make your own kitchen command center.

 

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Cute Mini Pantry with Pipe Shelves and Sliding Door

Posted by: on January 15th, 2015 | 10 Comments

Cute Mini Pantry with Pipe Shelves and Sliding Door

DIY blogger Chelsey Andrews and her husband built the cutest mini pantry you’ve ever seen. It’s a very clever storage solution for their small kitchen. It’s not only quite functional, though. With its hand stamped wall pattern and sliding door, the pantry adds to the kitchen’s visual appeal, too. Here’s how she built her mini pantry, including a clever solution for building shelves in a house with uneven floors. (And look at the end of the article for the free downloadable kitchen poster you see in Chelsey’s kitchen.)

Our little 950 sq. ft. house was built in 1920 and came with exactly one closet, in my daughter’s room (that doesn’t really help with everyday storage). Since adding more space to our home is not currently in our budget, we need to get creative with what we have.

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Christmas Decorating Ideas for a Cozy Kitchen Nook

Posted by: on December 10th, 2014 | 2 Comments

Christmas Decorating Ideas for a Cozy Kitchen Nook

It’s always instructive to see how talented interior decorators style their own homes. This is especially true when you’re looking for Christmas decorating ideas. That’s why we’re so pleased Andrea Crawford, of Couture House Interiors, is letting us in on how she decorated a small nook in her gorgeous kitchen for the holidays.

We gave her a little help to get her started with the holiday decorating by sending her a mystery box of Home Depot Christmas decorations– part of our Holiday Style Challenge series here on The Home Depot Blog.

We love her cozy little kitchen nook and how festive Andrea made it and her holiday tablescape. Read on to learn about how she put it together.  

I decorate for my clients all year round, but there is nothing more exciting than decorating my own home for Christmas. Needless to say, I was over the moon when these pretty little Home Depot boxes showed up at my door for the Holiday Style Challenge! I could hardly wait to see what was inside!

sUGAr inspects mystery boxes of Christmas decorations from The Home Depot

Before I even opened the boxes, I knew I wanted to deck out our favorite room in the house with my new Christmas digs from Home Depot. My fiancé Brad loves to cook, so naturally our kitchen is the heart of our home. Yes, that’s right ladies… I’ve got a keeper for sure! In addition to the time we spend in our kitchen day to day, it always seems to be the gathering place for our guests when we entertain so it must be “well dressed” for holiday festivities!

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Thanksgiving Entertaining Ideas: How to Throw a No Fuss Fall Dinner

Posted by: on October 16th, 2014 | 5 Comments

Thanksgiving Entertaining Ideas: How to Throw a No Fuss Fall Dinner

Fall and holiday entertaining is supposed to be fun. And it is! But being a great host can become overwhelming without a few tricks. Lindsay Jackman, author of The White Buffalo Styling Co., has some terrific Thanksgiving entertaining ideas for us in the form of a fall entertaining guide. She has the game plan for you, along with some great fall decorating ideas and a simple DIY candelabra. 

This is her contribution to our Halloween and Harvest Style Challenge. We’ve sent some of the best lifestyle bloggers on the web some Home Depot fall decorations and let the bloggers work their magic creating practical decorating ideas and projects.

Take a look at Lindsay’s entertaining tips, and you’ll be ready to throw a great dinner party with a minimum of fuss, leaving more time for you to actually enjoy yourself.

Fall is finally here! Pumpkins fill the stores, the air is finally crisp (if only at night in the south), and pumpkin baked goods are all I can think about! Everything feels festive and something about the season just makes me want to entertain.

I love throwing a dinner party and setting a beautiful table for friends to gather round. But so often, it becomes a huge production and I end up wishing I hadn’t thrown the party to begin with!

Follow my simple fall entertaining guide filled with the tips I’ve learned to make fall entertaining easy and fun not only for your guests, but for you!

Prepare in Advance

Fall Decorating Ideas

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DIY Project: Farmhouse Bench

Posted by: on June 9th, 2014 | 26 Comments

DIY Project: Farmhouse Bench

There’s hardly a DIY project that Natalie Dalpias won’t tackle. She’s the author of the blog The Creative Mom, where she has advice and DIY projects covering decor, cooking parties and more. Here, she shares with us her tutorial for a cute and practical farmhouse bench. 

I’ve been wanting to build my own pieces of furniture for a while now, so when I came across this DIY farmhouse bench plan from Ana White, I knew I had to try it out–with a few modifications. This bench really isn’t too hard. I actually built the entire thing 100 percent by myself, which really impressed my husband. I know that if I can do it, you can do it too.

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DIY Glass Cabinet Doors

Posted by: on February 20th, 2014 | 15 Comments

DIY Glass Cabinet Doors

Adding glass doors to existing shelves is a great way to upgrade the look of the room. You can store away your glassware when it’s not in use, but you still get the benefit of its eye-appeal.

Jennifer Bridgman of the home improvement blog The Chronicles of Home says you can make your own DIY glass cabinet doors. That’s exactly what she did in her home. And as you can see, her shelves with custom-built glass cabinet doors look smashing.  

Here’s her step-by-step tutorial, along with lots of photos of how she built the cabinet doors.   

The kitchen in my new house has a great little eating nook with built-in bookshelves on either side of the windows.  All the extra shelving is great for storage but as I started putting some glassware away on the shelves I realized the open style was going to be a dusting nightmare.

Who wants to add dusting all of your glassware, piece by piece, to your weekly cleaning list?

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Inspired: Kitchen Storage Ideas

Posted by: on February 19th, 2014 | 2 Comments

Kitchen Storage Ideas: Six Ways to Organize Your Kitchen

Keeping a tidy kitchen can not only make cooking meals at home just a little bit easier, but also a lot more pleasant. Get your kitchen organized, with plenty of good storage space, you might find yourself spending less money on eating out. Here are six kitchen storage ideas that will cut the clutter and create a well-organized kitchen where cooking is a pleasure.

 

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Keeping pots, pans and lids together is one of the biggest obstacles to organizing your kitchen. Our solution is the two-tiered Rev-A-Shelf X-Large Cookware Organizer. It helps you store pots and pans while maximizing the most out of your cabinet space. Say goodbye to reorganizing pots, pans or lids every time you take one off the shelf.

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5 Clever and Affordable Storage Ideas

Posted by: on January 14th, 2014 | 13 Comments

5 Clever and Affordable Storage Ideas: Mason Jars and Clamps

 

 

 

Everything’s easier when you’re organized. And we’re here to help you. We have some clever, and oh so simple storage ideas here that make life just a little bit simpler. These five storage solutions are very affordable, too.

 

How much stuff do you have cluttering the counters in your bathroom? Makeup products, cotton swabs, toothpaste, moisturizer… seems like bathroom counters are always collecting lots little things. Reclaim counter space in your bathroom with this clever storage idea:  Attach hose clamps to a wooden board and bolt that to the wall. Clamp mason jars to the board for a unique bathroom organization solution.

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4 Staples of Modern Kitchen Decor

Posted by: on September 30th, 2013 | 2 Comments

Must haves for a modern kitchen design

 

When you tackle a kitchen renovation, you have to consider the kinds of finishes and fixtures you’ll use. Elsewhere in our Inspired series, we showed you some style staples of a cottage kitchen. Here we’re focusing on what goes into a modern kitchen decor.

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Kitchen Design: 4 Staples of Traditional Kitchens

Posted by: on September 11th, 2013 | 8 Comments

Design elements of traditional kitchens

 

Traditional elements, functional workspaces, and top-notch appliances are a guaranteed recipe for success in a kitchen renovation project, and that’s why we rounded up a few classic wins in kitchen design. When you’re planning a kitchen remodel and looking to inject traditional charm into your kitchen, here are top four favorite ways to do it. These are four staples of traditional kitchens.

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