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Monday, December 05, 2011

Galley Counter 'Hidden' Storage

The depth of the drawers in the galley is limited by the distance opposite to the galley sink cabinet. This leaves a  lot of dead space behind the drawers. Of course I never want to leave space go to waste. So, the design of the "behind counter" storage includes a false floor to access this unused space underneath.
Storage "liner boxes"

Example:Large olive oil container.

Lots of room for it and other items.

False floors in place.
The split false floors mean you don't have to remove EVERYTHING from the upper storage to get at the lower storage.
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