Dayton Idea Book February 2021

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WORKING PANTRIES | WHAT’S NEW IN KITCHENS AND BATHS | CHARCUTERIE BOARDS

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CONTENTS

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EXPERTS PREDICT KITCHEN AND BATH TRENDS

Ideas that are sure to impact design over the next three years

ON THE COVER

Acting as a storage, staging and prep area, working pantries are becoming an

entertainer’s ally in the kitchen. See more examples beginning on page 54.

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Designer Tips...What’s Hot

Why Not Navy Blue

When we think of the new year, we think of

fresh starts, and when we think of fresh starts,

we think of fresh paint. There's just something

about the new year that makes us want to repaint

every wall in our homes.

Deep hues can work wonders in a living

room to create a cozy, inviting feel, and navy

blue is a stylish choice. Use it as a backdrop

for bold color and pattern or complement it

with soft neutrals for a space that looks warm

and harmonious.

Blue tends to be a go-to color for bedrooms

because it's an ideal shade for lowering stress

and promoting mellow vibes. Since that's

a feeling you probably want to experience

throughout your home, why not consider the

bold hue for your living room, too?

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CONTENTS

FEB/MAR 2021

KITCHEN AND BATH

20 EXPERTS PREDICT KITCHEN

AND BATH TRENDS

Ideas that are sure to impact design

over the next three years

54 WORKING PANTRY:

AN OUT-OF-SIGHT SOLUTION

Dedicated spaces for meal prep and staging

INTERIOR DESIGN

44 TOP COLOR PICKS SELECTED

Paint and color industry professionals

pick the hues for 2021

OUTDOOR LIVING

64 SHEDS A-PALOOZA

Outbuildings are so in right now

FOOD AND DRINK

34 WONDERFUL WINES TO HAVE ON HAND

Six selections perfect for intimate dinners

or long-awaited gatherings

39 WE’RE ALL CRAZY FOR A CHARCUTERIE

These boards have exploded into a visual

and gastronomical feast

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14 FRESH FINDS

Calming hues and sharp designs that

should be strong in 2021

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EDITOR’S

NOTE

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The secret of change is to focus

all of your energy, not on fighting

the old, but on building the new.

Associate Publishers

Linda Bacher, Florence Murphy,

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Editor Karen Bradner

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Ross Van Pelt, Frank Wayne, Bob Winner

The above quote is widely attributed to the ancient philosopher Socrates, but

in reality, those are the words of world-class gymnast Dan Millman who wrote

them in 2006. Since then, Millman has become a successful coach, self-help

author, and lecturer.

No matter the source, these words may never ring truer than they do at the

launch of 2021. This is a time to reassess and adjust.

Housetrends, and all of the clients who support us, definitely went through

changes in the past year. While our first impulse was to try to get back to the

way things were, after some consideration we decided this was actually the

right time to look optimistically forward. After a definite lull, builders, remodelers,

and designers got back to their booming businesses as homeowners made

plans to add function and comfort to their nests.

We’ve decided to celebrate the boom in home renovation and this special

Idea Book issue of Housetrends reflects that. In a subtle variation from our

typical content, this publication focuses on how the home and garden industry

is changing….what’s trending, what’s new, what there is to look forward to.

Experts have shared with us what they see happening in kitchens and baths

over the next three years. Color professionals have selected their hot hues for

2021. And builders and kitchen planners are telling us that working pantries

are definitely worth considering.

We’ll be back with a more traditional version of

Housetrends in March, but in the meantime, we

hope you enjoy this special edition.

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ᄐxperts Predict

Kitchen and

Bath Trendၴ

The range hood takes center stage in this kitchen featuring Gaggenau appliances.

Photo courtesy of NKBA. Design: By Design Studio, Inc. Photo by Jeffrey A. Davis Photography

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The National

Kitchen & Bath

Association reveals

top trends to

impact kitchen and

bathroom design

decisions over the

next three years

Recently, The National Kitchen &

Bath Association released their annual

Design Trends study. The report

takes a deep dive into all aspects of

both kitchen and primary bathroom

design, with the goal of highlighting

styles, features, materials and innovations

expected to be most popular

over the next few years. The survey

included over 700 respondents from

across North America. More than

half the participants were designers

and the remainder were architects,

remodelers, showroom professionals

and manufacturers.

Here are some highlights from

their research:

It’s no big surprise that the COVID-

19 pandemic will have a substantial

lasting impact on kitchen and

bath design. As homeowners spend

more time at home, kitchens and

primary bathrooms are getting larger,

the volume of outdoor living projects

is increasing significantly and there

is a need for easy-to-clean surfaces,

flexible living spaces and seamless

technology integration for added convenience

and peace of mind. ➻

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Aesthetically, design preferences in both the kitchen and bath will continue

to be more contemporary and transitional in style, with the added influence

of a new leading trend of “natural/organic.” This combination feels more

European in style and scale, with clean lines, minimal detailing, the warmth

and texture of natural finishes, and larger windows to bring the feeling of

the outdoors inside.

Traditional design, which consistently had been one of the top three

kitchen and bath styles for more than a decade, is now anticipated to be

one of the least popular. “We expect designs for both the kitchen and

bath to continue trending toward a more modern, organic feel that is both

streamlined and adaptable,” said Bill Darcy, NKBA CEO.

“The kitchen has long been the heart of the home. But especially during

the pandemic, it has emerged as the most prominent, multitasking room as

well,” Darcy says. “We see this continuing with more open-space concepts,

an extension into multi-season outdoor living spaces, larger kitchen island

hubs and increased functionality and storage to allow homeowners to cook,

eat, work, home-school and play, all in the same vicinity.” ➻

1 Clean lines and minimal details add a contemporary flair to this bath. Photo courtesy

of NKBA. Design: Livcentric Kitchen & Bath. Photo by Frank Wayne 2 Warm woods add

an organic touch to this kitchen. Photo courtesy of NKBA. Design: Studio Dearborn. Photo

by Adam Kane Macchia Photography 3 Outdoor entertaining options continue to grow

in popularity. Photo courtesy of NKBA. Design: By Design Studio, Inc. Photo by Jeffrey A.

Davis Photography

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“We expect designs

for both the

kitchen and bath to

continue trending

toward a more

modern, organic

feel that is both

streamlined and

adaptable.”

–Bill Darcy, CEO, NKBA

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Additional emerging trends for

the kitchen include:

APPLIANCES

Gas and induction cooking methods

are nearly equal in popularity, with

induction expected to replace

traditional glass electric cooktops.

Ventilation hoods will become the

new decorative focal point in the

kitchen.

FAUCETS

Finishes are matte and brushed in

stainless steel or black. Functions

include motion-controlled, handsfree

or touch/tap. ➻


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1 The FlexInduction Cooktop by Bosch

allows the placing of cookware anywhere on

its flexible cooking zone. 2 This 66-inch Pro

Island Hood by Wolf makes a statement for

serious cooks. 3 A simple wave of a hand—

or an object such as a pan—turns Kohler’s

Simplice Response kitchen faucet on or off.

4 Kohler’s Graze Touchless pull-down kitchen

sink faucet in matte black features a threefunction

sprayhead.

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TECHNOLOGY

Space is dedicated for device charging and viewing. It’s important to have seamless video

communication. Also, incase of an outage in your area, plan for an emergency power

backup.

SURFACES

Quartz, particularly in lighter colors, will continue to be the driving material for

countertops. Backsplashes go large scale, featuring a solid slab or long subway tile.

Complementary colors and materials mix on perimeter countertops and islands. ➻

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1 The Family Hub by Samsung comes preloaded with dozens of features. The screen can be

customized to run all aspects of life directly from the fridge. 2 The countertops and backsplash in

this kitchen are in Cambria's Queensbury quartz. The pattern is inspired by abstract shapes that

emerge from London's fog.

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CONNECTING

IN THE

KITCHEN

There is increasing value

on a more hidden, but quite

powerful feature in the

kitchen—connectivity which

means your smart apps talk to

your appliances. Wi-fi enabled

appliances allow everyday tasks

to be streamlined and keep

errors to a minimum.

“For example, artificial

intelligence is used to inventory

the contents of a refrigerator.

Connected food apps then

suggest recipes for dinners

based on those contents,”

says Ken Rieman with Custom

Distributors. “A range can be

connected with a hood to signal

the start of the exhaust fan.

A refrigerator can serve as a

command center with a touch

screen featuring Wi-Fi, voice

activation, cameras and more.”

Does “connectivity” mean

there’s more to break? “It’s

really the opposite,” says Darin

Rieman, Ken’s brother and

partner at Custom Distributors.

“Smart technology monitors the

performance of the appliance

and suggests the most efficient

settings. The most recent

technology will be downloaded

to the appliance to keep it at

peak performance.”

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1 This zero entry shower features linear drains and a Celesta frameless

glass shower screen from Basco.

Additional emerging trends for the bathroom include:

SHOWER AND TUB

In demand are roomier freestanding showers to accommodate two

people with zero-clearance entry, integrated seating and grab bars.

Surrounds are larger-format with fewer grout lines. Stylish linear

drains work by allowing the water to flow into a trough beneath

the shower floor.

FAUCETS

Similar to the kitchen, bathroom faucets are going toward voice-activated

or hands-free, in black or nickel, matte or brushed finishes. ➻

2

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2 The Jason Wu single handle

electronic lavatory faucet, from

Brizo, features hands-free water

activation with a temperature

control technology. 3 A glass

enclosure, from Ryan's all-glass,

opens up this shower space

and invites in the warmth and

light from the room's design.

4 A dimmable lighted mirror,

from IBMirror, adds anywhere

between a soft glow for mood

or bright light for function.

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TOILETS

Convenience in the bath comes in the

form of bidets and toilets with selfclosing

lids.

VANITIES

Floating vanities come to the

forefront with integrated electrical

outlets, charging capabilities and

storage.

FLOORING

Radiant heated flooring adds a layer

of warmth underfoot.

TECHNOLOGY

Motion-sensor lighting, temperature

control, leak detection with mobile

alerts, and mirrors with integrated

internet access, are all desired features

to take the bath high-tech.

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RESOURCES

Basco available at Basco Shower

Enclosures, Worly Plumbing Supply and

Bath Works

Bosch available at Custom Distributors,

Inc. and The Appliance Loft

Brizo available at Worly Plumbing

Supply and Bath Works

Cambria available at Neal’s Design

Remodel and Haus Studio

Delta available at Worly Plumbing

Supply and Bath Works

Kohler available at Keidel and Ferguson

IBMirror available at ibmirror.com

Gaggenau available at Custom

Distributors

Robern available at Keidel and

Ferguson

Samsung available at Custom

Distributors

1 Radiant heat can be installed under any type of flooring and is energy efficient.

2 Kohler’s Veil Intelligent wall-hung toilet delivers a suite of features including

personal cleansing, an LED nightlight, hands-free opening, closing and flushing.

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This Robern M Series mirror with

TViD features mirrors, lights and

accessories to add function and

innovation to the bathroom.

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A selection of six premium wines that

are perfect for intimate dinners or

long-awaited gatherings

As the pages turn on our calendars, many of us are beginning to

anticipate a shift from zoom happy hours to face-to-face gatherings

that we’ve missed so dearly. With that in mind, there has

never been a better time to consider taking your wine selection up

a notch. Nicholas Gantenberg, wine director of The Wine Cellar at

The Spicy Olive, suggests these wines that cover all the bases—red,

white and bubbly. Prices range from $50 for most of the selections,

to over $100 for the Cabernet. All are perfect to have on hand for

celebrating the days to come.

Merry Edwards Sauvignon Blanc

Round, lush and vibrantly balanced

across the palate. Richness and weight

counterbalance bright acidity supported

by flavors of tangerine, lemon zest,

candied orange peel and sweet pink

grapefruit.

Cakebread Cellars Chardonnay

Elegant tastes of apple and pear

characters are balanced by fresh acidity,

and the finish is clean. This is a versatile

pairing wine with fresh salads, grilled

scallops, and most cheeses.

Mount Peak Gravity

A quality red blend that adjusts to

many tastes. It is filled with intense fruit

characteristics that create a full-bodied,

luscious mouthfeel. It’s well suited for

grilled meats and stews.

Belle Glos Pinot Noir: Clark &

Telephone, Dairyman or Las Alturas

Deep garnet or ruby reds, from three

different regions pinot noirs offer

medleys of cherries, plums and black

fruits in a medium bodied wine. Pair

with pork, poultry, or creamy dishes.

Veuve Clicquot Champagne

Golden yellow with creamy, tiny bubbles

and fruity vanilla aromas. Fantastic

champagne for cheeses, with a salmon

dinner or any special beginning.

Daou “Soul of a Lion” Cabernet

Sauvignon

Deep, complex bouquet that presents

notes of cassis, black currant, licorice,

incense, ripe plum and vanilla. A perfect

complement to red meats. This wine is a

real special treat.

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We’re all crazy for a

Charcuterie

While traditionally a charcuterie is a collection of cold, cooked meats, that

word—and the board it sits on—recently have exploded into a visual and

gastronomical feast.

When it comes to entertaining—small groups or large—it’s hard to beat the

fun and flexibility of these platters. Portions can easily be scaled, and ingredients

selected can be as affordable or high-end as you see fit. Here are a few guidelines

for getting started. ➻

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Cheeses: Choose 4+

Selecting a soft cheese, a semi-soft cheese, a firm cheese,

and a blue cheese will provide for a balanced combination.

For example: a brie for the soft, a Havarti or mozzarella for

the semi-soft, and a cheddar for the firm selection. If you

don’t care for “stinky” cheeses, consider one with added

wine, herbs or fruit. Have fun with the cheeses. These

selections seem to generate the most buzz among guests.

Meats: Choose 2+

Consider a reliable classic such as ham or turkey, then add

a spicier selection or two—possibly pepperoni, salami,

prosciutto, cured sausage, chorizo, or even bacon. While

some of these meats can be a bit pricey per pound, you

really don’t need a large amount of each. Guests will be

enjoying tasting portions.

Bread and crackers: 2+

A hearty bread, such as a baguette, ciabatta, or nutty whole

grain loaf, sliced into small sections is great for creating

tasty masterpieces using the meats and cheeses along with

a smear of jam, chutney or mustard. A few clusters of

gourmet crackers work well for staging those smaller bites.

Fruits: 3+

Fruits are great for adding splashes of color to your board.

Clusters of red or green grapes and berries add a visual

punch. Apple slices might work well with your Cheddar

cheese. Pears accompany your brie. Also consider dried

fruits in the form of figs, cranberries or dried apricots.

Spreads: 2+

You should include at least one sweet and one savory

spread. In general, a spicy whole grain mustard is always a

good pick to satisfy the savory side of things, but a hummus

or tapenade will work as well. The sky is the limit on the

sweet side— anything from a local honey to chutney or jam.

Final touches

Small, but mighty details to add include pickles, veggies, and

olives. Add in a variety of nuts—walnuts, cashews, almonds,

pistachios, and pecans—there’s not a bad choice in the

bunch. A sprig of rosemary, or another fresh herb add a

perfect finishing touch.

Assembly

Find the right board to build your platters. Large cutting

boards, marble slabs, slate boards or ceramic platters are

great options. Start with one of your larger items as a focal

point, place the items in order of biggest to smallest. Meats

can be sliced, folded or rolled up in individual tasting sizes.

Soft cheeses should be served with a spreader or butter

knife. Hard cheeses can sliced, cubed, or served with a

knife. The smaller items, such as bread slices, crackers and

nuts should be in a couple different areas so that they are

easily within reach. Mustards and jams can be placed in small

ramekins scattered around the board with spreaders nearby.

While assembly may seem intimidating, you really can’t mess

it up. If you’d prefer to have a visual staring point, find a

version online to use as inspiration. Enjoy!

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ᅂop Color Pickၴ

selected for 2021

1

Aqua Fiesta by Glidden

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It should come as no surprise,

heading out of 2020

and into a new and hopeful

year, that experts in the

paint and color industry have

chosen colors for 2021 that

are described with words

and phrases including: inviting,

tranquil, wellness,

natural harmony, reflect,

reset, and calming. Two soft

watery blues suggest wellness

with their spa-like style.

An understated gray-brown

has an anchoring quality that

conveys a sense of comfort

and sanctuary in bedrooms,

living rooms and dens, or

calm concentration in home

offices–which are a definite

space getting plenty of attention

these days. See if you

are ready to make a splash

in your own home with one

of these picks.


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1


Urbane Bronze

2

Bold and understated at the same time, Urbane Bronze from

Sherwin-Williams is a warm, grounding shade of gray-brown

intended to reflect our current need for serenity and stability.

“The home is now the ultimate retreat from the world,

and color is an easy and effective way to create a personal

haven,” said Sue Wadden, director of color marketing at

Sherwin-Williams. Gray undertones balance the earthy

brown to create a dark, deeply comforting color reminiscent

of burnished metal or timeworn stone. ➻

3

1 For an updated take on minimalism, pair Urbane Bronze with

other warm neutrals, including elegant bone whites. Photo courtesy

of Sherwin-Williams. 2 To bring out an organic feel, pair Urbane

Bronze with furniture made from natural materials, including wood,

stone, and woven fabrics. Photo by Vintage Revival. 3 This abstract

painting by Ursula Brenner (40” x 40”) is from Gallery Veronique.

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1

Aegean

Teal

Benjamin Moore’s Aegean Teal marries the tranquil

nature of blue with green's association with wellness,

while a gray undertone keeps the color modern.

Hannah Yeo, color marketing and development

manager at Benjamin Moore, calls it "an intriguing

blue-green that creates natural harmony and invites

us to take a moment to reflect and reset." The color›s

calming qualities make it an excellent choice for bedrooms

or home offices, and its casual elegance shines

on kitchen cabinetry or built-ins. ➻

2

1 A blend of blue-green and gray, Aegean Teal is a refreshing

midtone that works beautifully in this kitchen. 2 The Melange

Sorell five-drawer chest from Hooker Furniture adds a soft

teal accent in the living room. Available at Best Furniture

Gallery, Hoffman & Albers Interiors, ID Furniture Cincinnati,

and Studio J. 3 A medley of teals provides an inviting respite in

this living room from Hickory White. Available at Hoffman &

Albers Interiors, ID Furniture Cincinnati, and Studio J.

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PANTONE ®

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Illuminating

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Ultimate Gray

Illuminating

Ultimate Gray

1

Pantone, which standardizes swatches for the design industry,

has revealed two hues for its Color of the Year: the neutral

Ultimate Gray and vibrant yellow Illuminating.

“It’s a combination that speaks to the resilience, the optimism

and hope and positivity that we need, as we reset, renew,

reimagine and reinvent,” said Laurie Pressman, vice president

of the Pantone Color Institute. “Two extremely independent

colors highlight how different elements come together to

express this message of strength and hopefulness.” ➻

2

1 Pops of yellow add vibrancy to this primarily gray master bedroom.

Photo courtesy of Decorating Den Interiors in Centerville. 2 This hand-cut

stone mosaic, Vashti, is shown in Dahlia matte and polished Goldenrod

Glazed Basalto and is available at Louisville Tile. 3 Pantone's colors for

2021 are seen together in this Fenwick Chair and Maison Sofa by Lillian

August, available at ID Cincinnati Furniture, and Studio J.

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1

Aqua Fiesta

2

3

For its first ever color of the year, Glidden has chosen an

accent color: Aqua Fiesta. The Glidden team describes

it as a “vibrant aquamarine that works best in small

doses when combined with other neutral paint colors.”

They suggest pairing this tropical turquoise with a cool

gray to create an inviting spa-style in the bathroom. In

bedrooms or living areas, the addition of cream-colored

fabrics and neutral accessories helps soften the paint’s

boldness.

1 Aqua Fiesta adds an inviting pop of color framing a wall of windows in this kitchen. 2 This mini pendant from Varaluz is a part of the

Urchin collection and comes in an aqua velvet finish. Available at Premiere Lighting Gallery. 3 With a Scandinavian design, the Baloo chair

by Fjords has a rocking and 360° swivel function. Available at Bova Furniture.

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Working Pantry:

an out-of-sight

solution

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If you're a neat,

clean-as-you-go

cook, you may not

need a dedicated

space for meal prep

and staging, but for

the rest of us, a

working pantry could

just be the perfect

solution for keeping

the mess at bay.

No longer tucked away from the

action, cooks and their kitchens are

now front and center in living and

entertainment spaces.

No walls separate them from family

members and guests as they enjoy

their meals in a less formal dining

area. That’s a big upside for the

homeowner. The downside is that the

kitchen—and any mess one might

make—is visible to everyone at the

table.

Ranging from a walk-in room with

abundant shelving to a decked out

“messy kitchen” or prep space which

includes additional appliances, these

rooms provide the amenities to move

unsightly kitchen tasks out of eyesight.

Countertops and electrical outlets

provide the working space to

accommodate small appliances, such

as mixers, toasters, blenders and coffee

makers. ➻

This expansive “kitchen annex” features a

sink, an under-counter refrigerator, an ice

maker and an abundance of open shelving

which is accessible via a custom-built

ladder. J&K Custom Homes photo by Greg

Grupenhof.

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A vintage door slides out of the way for easy access to this pantry. Wieland Builders photo by Greg Grupenhof.

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“Once you get your

food prep and storage

areas in order,” says

Erica Winchester

from Closets by

Design, “Cooking and

cleaning will never

be the same.”

Amped up pantries might include a

second refrigerator, oven, microwave or

dishwasher. While entertaining, homeowners

can clear the table and place the

dishes in the pantry and move on to

dessert with a clean backdrop. (If they’ve

played their cards right, they could have

one of their teenagers load the dishwasher

out of sight while guests enjoy

an after-dinner drink.) These pantries

also work beautifully as a staging area or

catering kitchen for parties.

While it may sound like a splurge,

incorporating a working pantry when

building a new home or remodeling a

kitchen might actually allow homeowners

to cut a few corners. Since these areas

are meant to be out of sight, owners can

opt for more affordable options such as

metal shelving and laminate countertops.

And when small appliances and entertaining

supplies—such as serving platters,

barware and the “good” china—are

housed in the pantry, the kitchen may

not need as much cabinetry and countertop

space, says Michelle Moran, partner

at J&K Custom Homes. ➻

1

2

1 A microwave drawer and natural light make

this pantry a handy and inviting space. Hensley

Custom Building Group 2 Plenty of countertop

space allows this pantry to serve as a roomy

space for baking, preparing coffee, or meal

prep in general. Albrecht Wood Interiors photo

by Bob Winner.

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CLEVER KITCHEN STORAGE

Within the main kitchen there are plenty of clever ideas for taking full

advantage of every square inch of this valuable real estate. For example:

1 A toe-kick drawer is a great use of typically unused space and allows for storage of

flat pieces such as cookie sheets or serving platters. Photo courtesy of Countertops and

Cabintery by Design 2 Double doors open and drawers pull out in this combo pantry,

appliance shelf and wine storage cabinet. J.S. Brown & Co. photo by Henry Leiter. 3 A

dedicated spice cabinet next to the stove is a simple, but effective storage solution.

Photo courtesy of Renovations Unlimited, 4 A specialized breakfast pull-out pantry is

great for keeping cereal fresh and protein bars handy for those days on the go. Neals

Design Remodel photo by Daniel Feldkamp.

1

2

3

4

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6

5 Open shelving and pull-out drawers

organized with baskets and canisters

keep this pantry attractive and functional.

Photo by Closets by Design. 6 A handy

spice organizer next to the stove and a

pocket-door pantry just steps away, make

for efficient meal prep in this kitchen. The

Cleary Company photo by Marshall Evan

Photography.

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1

Even if these rooms don’t include a

lot of bells and whistles, the additional

counter space alone comes

in incredibly handy while hosting

gatherings. If you want to take the

party prep up a notch, this is a great

spot for a including a wine rack or

a wine fridge and possibly an ice

maker which is an increasingly popular

appliance for homeowners who

entertain frequently.

1 A walk-in pantry provides a surplus of

storage space in this kitchen from J.S.

Brown & Co. Photo by Henry Leiter 2 Tall

cabinets are great for storing seldom used

serving pieces, while shelving and clear

containers are great for keeping ingredients

easy to reach at eye level. Photo by

Closets by Design. 2

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A flagstone path leads from the patio to a 10’ x 10’ gardening/entertaining shed.

A window box mimics one found at this home’s driveway entry. Photo by Karli Moore

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SHEDS

a-Palooza

Outbuildings

are so in

right now

BY KAREN BRADNER

All this current talk of shesheds

has catapulted backyard

structures—that used

to house the likes of lawnmowers—into

the limelight.

While it’s in vogue for these

buildings to be a woman’s

answer to a man cave, the

uses for these spaces are

just as varied as the sheds

themselves. We’ve collected

eleven charmers that are

favorites among gardeners,

fitness buffs, grandparents

and tea lovers. ➻

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A yellow carriage house, accented with a red

door, adds to the abundance of colors in this

garden located in Dayton’s St. Anne’s Hill

Historic District. Photo by Daniel Feldkamp

A gathering

space in Tampa

is anchored by a

shed which has a

stoop-like porch

the owners added

to complement

the landscaping

Photo by Johan Roetz

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The owner of this

Pittsburgh shed

says, “I thought

it would be a

nice spot for

afternoon tea.”

Photo by Craig Thompson

See more at

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Search:

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An outbuilding tied to a midcentury modern ranch once served

as an artist studio, but is now a fitness center for the homeowners.

Photo by Daniel Feldkamp See more at housetrends.com.

Search: Wright style ➻

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A diminutive, vinecovered

structure

stores garden supplies

on the grounds

of this Granville,

Ohio artists’ retreat.

Photo by Dale Clark

A Cleveland

family with three

young children

wanted a back

yard where

the family could

play—hence

this charming

red shed.

Photo by Hal Stata

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While building

a new home, owners

leveled the back yard

with a bulldozer to

rebuild a garden

oasis, which includes

this quaint shed.

Photo by Jim Crotty


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A preexisting storage shed adds a rustic element to a

Cincinnati home’s landscape design. Photo by Robin Victor Goetz

See more at housetrends.com. Search: Gathering spots

This structure

serves as a

playhouse when

grandchildren

visit this Tampa

Bay home.

Photo by Johan Roetz

Flanked by topiaries, this former carriage house sits among

lush gardens on a park-like four-acre lot in Cincinnati.

Photo by Ross Van Pelt

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