Maker: Jean Henri Riesener (French, 1734–1806). Drop-front secretary (Secrétaire en armoire), 1783. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of William K. Vanderbilt, 1920 (20.155.11) | This secretary and its companion commode (MMA, 20.155.12) stood in Marie Antoinette's private apartment at the château de Saint-Cloud; her initials appear three times in the gilt-bronze frieze under the marble top. #paris
Do I pin this under "Craft" or "OCD"? As you can see...OCD won as this is primarily a post about organizing your craft space wisely. But, there are also some great pictures of craft areas people have made for themselves.
From Legrand, this fully customizable under-cabinet lighting system builds off a modular track fitted with outlets (into which LED fixtures are plugged) and USB ports (which charge cellphones or tablet devices).
This is perfect! It wont take up cabineit space!! Drop-Down Trays — In this kitchen, we’ve mounted four storage trays in that under-cabinet space. These trays pull open like regular drawers, but then they drop down at an angle and lock in place, putting spices, knives, or your favorite recipe right at hand.