Vintage Details: Wire Door Panels Chicken wire was originally used on pantry doors to let air circulate around stored root vegetables. Installed behind glass fronts, it provides a hint of country charm.
Wraparound Wainscoting This beadboard wainscot is capped with a flat rail that acts as a shelf for toiletries, keeping them within easy reach. The material also wraps the tub surround and is painted the same spring green for a cheery, built-in look.
coastal cottage kitchen with close up of built-in wine rack and wood panel on fridge A wine rack and a storage cabinet tucked under the stairs maximize floor space; wood panels take the chill off modern stainless-steel appliances.