A slotted Drawer Knife Holder (DKH) keeps blades sharp, while a chop block (CBD) is conveniently located in the adjacent drawer. The chopping block has storage space below and is removable from the drawer for countertop use.
Soaring mountain peaks, rugged terrain, and old pine forests appeal to a large audience of outdoor adventures. Regardless of whether your mountain experience includes skiing, fly-fishing, hiking, or lounging by the fireplace, the majestic grandeur and awe of the mountains have inspired a unique, architectural style.
Rustic woods and equally rustic finishes are a notable feature of “Mountain” architecture. A massive, stone fireplace is another definitive focal point. Furnishings are imposing and luxurious, design elements are grand scale, and natural textures and surfaces (stone, wood, burnished, metals, etc/) are expertly blended. Rustic woods and distressed finishes are a perfect complement to “Mountain Resort” styling.
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Problem 1. When space is an issueMost of us have kitchens that are already full and there is no more counter space to be had. Don’t worry; there is always scope for maximising the use of what’s already there.Use built-ins and pull-outs: Modular units of all sizes allow us to choose according to the size of our kitchen. If you are running short of preparation space, a pull-out cutting board can be the solution. Another smart space solution is to replace large, standalone appliances with sleek built-in appliances. This makes maintenance easy and increases the available space in the kitchen.