This year, your kitchen doesn't need to be overstuffed with endless dishes and desserts, like a bloated Thanksgiving turkey.
Take a deep breathe and relish in your organized dinning room and kitchen. With these three tips, along with furniture crafted for practical storage and beautiful design, your home will look welcoming and orderly, a peaceful place to celebrate all that you're thankful for in life.
Tip 1: Display Dishes
Decorate your home with your homemade delectable dishes, an ideal dinning room decoration that not only saves spaces but is also pleasing to the eye. Display your scrumptious Thanksgiving dishes on this solid wood Mission Huntboard. All four drawers glide open for easy access, an ideal space to tuck away extra napkins or silverware. Bask in its' intricate craftsmanship which reflects its' origin—Lancaster County— as you utilize its' optimal storage space.
Tip 2: Maximize SpaceWith extended family crowding into your home for Thanksgiving, kitchen space shrinks quickly! Capitalize on your space by strategically arranging your dishes and stashing away Thanksgiving dinner supplies.
Don't let the mess of Thanksgiving meal preparations linger on long after the pumpkin pie is baked.
Embrace order and utilize the Two-Door Kitchen Island in your kitchen or dinning room. Featuring a well-designed single drawer and cabinet, all accessible from the front and back, this piece includes a wide counter space and the option of an extended top.