Christopher Olexy - Sliding, lattice dog door. The kitchen features a stainless steel apron sink with towel bar paired with a bridge faucet below windows flanked by double stacked cabinetry across from a stained wood kitchen island illuminated by a brass lantern pendant. A stainless steel range stands at the far end of the kitchen island within a marble lined alcove, below a concealed range hood.
What do you mean a giant plastic baby gate wasn’t on your list of dream home decor items? Keep your baby safe and crawling on the main floor with this DIY barn door baby gate—it is rustic and stylish and works like a charm! Recruit your hubby to help you (and by help, we mean construct, paint, and assemble) to replace those plastic monstrosities with something a little more … shall we say, chic?
Check out this project on RYOBI Nation - Needed a baby gate for the top of our basement stairs. I took out the existing basement door, and placed a 29" by 36" wooden baby gate. Made from 1x4 common boards, sanded it down, stained it Golden Oak, screwed it together with 1.25" wood screws, used a gate latch also.
For a family with three Italian greyhounds (with three different eating styles), the designer of this contemporary kitchen incorporated three distinct pet-feeding stations throughout the space. A glass and mahogany door, which perfectly complements the kitchen’s sleek style, slides out to separate the pups.