Wooden shelving provides just the right amount of contrast to an all-white countertop and backsplash. Naturally stained wood with clean lines works well with practically any kitchen design, including Scandinavian, mid-century modern, and even rustic styles.
This full wall of neatly stacked servingware is the open shelving system of our dreams. If only we owned so many lovely sets of pots, pans, and dishes. Just one question - may we cook something in this kitchen, please?
White and wood tones often receive top billing when it comes to kitchen shelving, but this sleek black design is giving us second thoughts. With brass hardware adding a touch of bling, these shelves are over-the-top glamorous.
By removing cabinet doors, you can create an open shelving system without ever hammering a single nail. This look is a gorgeous mix of farmhouse and modern design, with an added punch of character thanks to the addition of beadboard at the back of the cabinets.
It seems that cabinets sans doors are trending at the moment, and we’re in love. Painting the cabinet interiors a contrasting color highlights the shelves and adds a modern touch to a look that tends to lean towards country-chic.
This space is proof that open shelving works everywhere. In this case, a wall is opened up by shelves that flood the kitchen with natural light, while a second system of lovely built-in shelving displays books and treasures in an adjoining room.
Bold blue kitchens are trending right now, so there’s so much to love about this gorgeous space. A modern open shelving system works perfectly within a space that’s rustic and sophisticated all at once.
With open shelves, styling is key. It’s not always about dishes and glassware - mixing in artwork, candlesticks, plantlife, and other accessories can curate a vibe that dishes alone simply can’t achieve.