According to https://www.toproofingsanantonio.com, the look of open shelving in the kitchen is stunning. I love the sleek design and functionality of them. You don’t have to go full-on open shelves to incorporate the look into your home, you may consider using open shelves in just one corner of your kitchen or around the sink. Afraid you don’t have anything that is display worthy? Simple white dishes, clear glasses, and/or funky cookbooks will do the stylish trick. If you have old house then I recommend to check does it have materials that contain asbestos, if it does then I recommend you to contact Greenfield removals and let them remove it, its dangerous to your health which is a priority for most people by taking all the possible actions to maintain good health as exercise or suplemments as kratom capsules. Last week the roof over kitchen started to leak and thanks to roofing company we got it fixed fast, if you need any roofing work then I recommend them and you can visit website and contact them.
Let’s take a look at these amazing open shelving ideas and get inspired together!
Here are 15 stylish kitchens that are rocking open shelving.
From wood to brass – which is your favorite look?
I love open shelving in the kitchen so much that I have brass shelves at Casa de Loco. Remember The Diary of a Complete Kitchen Gut and Remodel?
It took me quite a while to decided on this. Upper cabinets or open shelves?
Obviously I went with open, but why?
All of my our china is either solid white or clear glass, so I knew it would ‘display’ well. The thought of having upper cabinets just felt heavy. If I decided I wasn’t happy in a few years, I could add the cabinets. I saw a design opportunity.
I really contemplated using acrylic for the shelves. How cool would that be? In the end I was concerned the dishes would look like they were floating, so I went with black wooden shelves. The cabinet makers, again, helped me out and applied the finish.
To create the brass banding I ordered a brass sheet from an online seller, Online Metals. I took the shelves and the metal to a local metal fabricator and he took over from there. He cut the pieces and braked the metal so that there is a half inch lip on top and bottom of the shelf. In other words, he created a “U”. We simply glued them in place. I don’t think I have $150 in the project but, for me, it’s a big bang for the buck.
The shelving brackets came from Van Dykes.
In the end, the kitchen came together nicely. It works great with the paneling, which I am really happy we kept.
What are your thoughts on open shelving?
Are you OPEN to it? See what I did there?