Store pet food and treats within easy reach with a pet feeder. Older dogs appreciate the elevated bowls that minimize neck strain. And they’re easy for kids to use so you can add “feed the dog” to that chore list!
Free up garage space for your car and create a catchall closet in the house. Use any hall closet, empty pantry or old computer armoire to mount wall shelves and hang hooks. Store pet food and accessories, cleaning supplies and a large container to “catch all.” Then, shut the door on clutter.
Keep treats and dog food handy so feeding the fur babies easier for everyone. There are some great looking feed stations to choose from now with enclosed storage underneath. Also, older pets will find eating from elevated bowls more comfortable.
The pullout rack located just to the right of the dog-washing center offers easy-access storage for rolled towels, paper goods or cleaning supplies like stain and odor removers. The handy rack can also be used as a designated storage spot for pet shampoos, containers of pet food and more.
This kitchen is equipped with a bulletin board, which is handy for keeping schedules, grocery notes and other reminders organized. Cabinets above and below provide extra storage, and food and water bowls are built-in for the family pet.
A dog feed & water station is a sleek and creative addition to this kitchen. The cabinet also provides storage for pet food, treats, glassware and other small items. The drawer can be closed when not in use.
The existing butler's pantry in this 1980s home was divided into a new butler's pantry and this dry pantry. The dry pantry maximizes storage space off the kitchen, offering room for food and dishes alike.
A rich cherry wine dessert server functions as an ideal serving area for fine dining and parties in this traditional kitchen. Plus, the pantries on either side are ideally located for food storage while underneath chilled wine waits for the right occasion.