This family needed plenty of space for food prep, food storage and organization, so designers created an open plan, eat-in kitchen that had all the features the homeowners needed to create a functional space. Cabinets and countertops span the back wall of the room, providing plenty of counter and cabinet space, while two commercial sized, French Door refrigerators add tons of room for food storage. The final touch in this lovely kitchen was the over sized kitchen island with lower cabinets on three sides and a large, marble countertop for additional storage and work space. The island is even wired with electricity to make the feature even more functional.
Design experts from Lowe's bring texture into outdoor spaces with materials, such as these mesh hanging screens. You can make a hanging screen with a roll of chicken wire and wood, or search for old chicken wire or mesh doors at building material salvage centers that are run by charitable organizations.
The doors of this closet have been replaced with a brown curtain, which is pulled back to reveal an organization and storage system that utilizes wood and wire shelves; a small desk; and a rolling container of individual plastic tubs.