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Open Shelves to the Max

This wall of floor-to-ceiling open shelves really spoke to us. It looks like it might be in a ceramics studio instead of a kitchen, but it's difficult to tell from this single shot. A few of our favorite things about this look...
  • Deborah Nilles

    Open shelves, to the max, floor to ceiling, kitchen, storage, pantry, that is A LOT of dishware!

  • Einar Jacobs

    Flickr Photo Download: open shelving: #interior ideas #home design #interior design and decoration #office design #hotel interior design| http://ideasforinteriordesignsantonia.blogspot.com

  • Crystal Chauvin

    natural modern interiors: Open Kitchen Shelves Ideas

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This is very much my style--open, natural wood shelving, and all the dishes are cute. And there are polka dots!

Kitchen Storage by Colleen McGill of McGill Design Group Inc www.mcgilldesign.ca

sort of like this, only one size in a row. lower wider shelf would serve as breakfast bar and have storage space underneath.

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  • Anne Oliphant

    I too have open uppers at our cottage in Maine. Any guest can help in the kitchen without a lot of where does this go?

  • Sarenda Davison

    OK I Agree, Nice, Now where do you put the REAL dishes?

  • Anne Oliphant

    They are out with all my serving pieces interspersed with baskets, birdhouses and old crate ends. Much more rustic than the photo above. Less dusting than you think.

  • Sarenda Davison

    WOW, Now THATS Talented! There, but hidden, LIKE!

  • Debra Justice

    Love the counters!

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Kitchen #white on white design

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At Martha's summer home on the coast of Maine, she displays her white dishes on open shelving.

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Rue Magazine (September/October 2010). Designed by Victoria Smith. Photographed by Tinywater.