Craftsman toasters

Why Didn’t I Think of That When Building My House?
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lovin' on white kitchens! subway tiles with grey grout, high ceilings *sigh* skinny chalkboard beside fridge. Shelves beside fridge are a perfect place for a command centre (phone and phone books, kids school supplies, etc.) Wood floors and counters. use this for coffee and toaster supplies, out of the cook's way.

lovin' on white kitchens! subway tiles with grey grout, high ceilings *sigh* skinny chalkboard beside fridge. Shelves beside fridge are a perfect place for a command centre (phone and phone books, kids school supplies, etc.) Wood floors and counters. use this for coffee and toaster supplies, out of the cook's way.

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Craftsman kitchen with pull-out shelf for mixer -- house remodeled by Craftsman Design & Renovation

Craftsman kitchen with pull-out shelf for mixer -- house remodeled by Craftsman Design & Renovation

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Craftsman Kitchen with Black & Decker 4 Slice Toaster, Bay window, Undermount sink, Garden window, L-shaped, Limestone Tile

Craftsman Kitchen with Black & Decker 4 Slice Toaster, Bay window, Undermount sink, Garden window, L-shaped, Limestone Tile

coffee bar, combined with other pinned coffee bar and have pullout cabinets below with toaster, blender that pull out with drawer in picture below then another drawer below that.

coffee bar, combined with other pinned coffee bar and have pullout cabinets below with toaster, blender that pull out with drawer in picture below then another drawer below that.

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Gilles Eichenbaum has made an art out of recycling old kitchenware into incredible lighting. The designer is a true craftsman who repurposes everything from colanders to kettles to broken toasters to create illuminating masterpieces. His work originally manifested itself as a hobby he picked up while traveling the world, but it wasn’t until he began selling the pieces at local flea markets, where they were met with a fervent reception, did he know he was doing something really special.

Gilles Eichenbaum has made an art out of recycling old kitchenware into incredible lighting. The designer is a true craftsman who repurposes everything from colanders to kettles to broken toasters to create illuminating masterpieces. His work originally manifested itself as a hobby he picked up while traveling the world, but it wasn’t until he began selling the pieces at local flea markets, where they were met with a fervent reception, did he know he was doing something really special.

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