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Sheraton Interiors

Super ideas here, especially for smaller city kitchens!

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Phil Skeffington

I could really use those rails in my kitchen as it is tiny and there isn’t enough storage.

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The rails are from Ikea. They come in two lengths and you can also join them together which is what I’ve done- two 60cm ones next to each other. I recommend! I’ve had them up 6 months now and don’t know what I’d do without them!


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