The hearth area is starting to feel more organized as shelves and hooks find their place and uses. The shelf above the stove is primarily a lantern spot with enough room to put a second next to it. Not visible from this angle is the divider in the plate holder that can either hold a cutting board or more plates. The lower right area is sized to hold olive oil bottles or tea tins.
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