Thursday, October 9, 2014

My Kitchen Has A Hole In It

There's a hole in our kitchen...
See it?

Above the refrigerator, the builder planned
for a TV in the space. There is a plug-in
and cable outlet just waiting for a TV.

The inside of the cabinet was not finished
like the rest of the cabinets (see below)
and there are no doors like these.

Just a big hole.
We don't want to put a TV in our
kitchen. It's part of the great room and
there's already a TV across the room.

Wondering what would you do?

Bloggers always have such wonderful
ideas. Please share your best idea
with us and help us fix that hole.

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  1. I think I'd be finishing it off like the rest of the kitchen, and adding doors. I'm not sure about you, but I always need space for kitchen stuff.

  2. I can't even make a suggestion. I am terrible at things like this. Your decorating ideas are wonderful!! Seems like everything you do turns out beautiful. I love your pumpkin decorations in your last post.

  3. It looks like you have a cute vignette there now.

    I thought about a wine rack, but I don't know if it would be too hot.

    I received your package yesterday, but am having some health issues so I didn't even open it until this morning. Thank You . . . Thank You . . . Thank You. The little pots are too cute. We have been wanting something for French onion soup and they will be perfect. Check here to see my Instagram pic for today. When you go to the site, you will see a collage of my IG pics and then the first pic in the row of pics below the collage will be my latest which is a collage of the pots and then how I plan to use them. I am still coming up with ideas for the burlap.

  4. it seems to me you have already found the perfect solution!

  5. I always end up putting some vignette in spaces like these or some sort of silk arrangement. I can't wait to see what you did.
    Hugs, Noreen

  6. I think you found the right solution! :)

  7. Rivercrest Cottage,
    Of course, I'd fill the space with dishes!!!
    I'd possibly have my "Mr. Ed" custom~fit
    some cabinet door frames and install
    chicken wire inserts, so the dinnerware
    would be visible from the outside.
    If not, that would be a Seasonal vignette
    display area to enjoy switching out
    several times a year!!!