Kitchen Open Shelves Design
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Beautiful kitchen Open Shelves Designs
Contemporary open shelving design is necessary for a modern kitchen, especially for small kitchen. Kitchen open shelves will maximize kitchen space. Adding shelving on the walls makes use of otherwise wasted storage space. Add some storage bars, hooks, and pot racks. This will make cooking material more convenient and free up cabinet spaces for other items.
Natural and organic country living kitchen. Photos by Leesa Oreilly.
Simple and modern kitchen design. A lush chinoiserie is a shimmery, unexpected touch in a dining nook.
Photo by Annie Schlechter
Country style kitchen. Vintage cans double as decor when lined up neatly along the back of the stove.
Photo by James Merrell
Bright design. A bland kitchen gets instant retro-mod flavor with bright, pop-y accessories
Photo by David Meredith
An argument against kitchen cabinets: Observe how the open shelves in these kitchens add an offhand, casual note and keep essentials within easy reach.
An English kitchen from Living Etc.
A high shelf provides storage for stacks of white plates. Photo by Colin Streater.
Ione Skye’s LA kitchen, featured in Domino.
A house on Long Island by NY firm Deborah Berke & Partners.
A Scandinavian kitchen from Purple Area.
An open kitchen from the portfolio of Daniel Farmer.
A neutral palette in a serene kitchen.
Shelving in a Brooklyn Row House Remodel by Domestic Architecture.
A single, long shelf provides storage above and lighting emanating from below, via Desire to Inspire.
A kitchen from Living Etc. featuring open storage both above and below the counter.
A kitchen from Charlotte Crosland Interiors.
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