Open Shelving with Tiffany Blue walls...very classy Shelf Solutions - use 1/2" pine boards with 1 1/2" pieces of flat stock pine attached to the front of each shelf giving the illusion of hefty (and pricey) shelving. Open shelves help make this galley kitchen seem larger and are a great way to store kitchen essentials. -- this would look cute in my dining room! Cottages Kitchens, Kitchens Shelves, Beads Boards, Open Shelves, Color, Blue Wall, Open Kitchens, White Shelves, White Kitchens
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Open shelving makes a kitchen feel larger. Kate of Centsational Style shows readers seven ways to add open shelving: www.bhg.com/...
White Cabinets, black or gray counters, and maybe a lighter green than we've got currently. Love the character of these shelves.
Nice range, and especially like the metal rod secured between the shelf brackets for hanging utensils.
Hanging Pot Rack :: A simple wrought-iron pot rack keeps oversize pots and pans within reach of this kitchen’s main work zone. Hanging these large items from the ceiling frees up cabinet space in a small kitchen. The pots and pans also contribute to the cozy, lived-in character of the room. | via BHG
I've always loved this kitchen. The open kitchen shelves, perfect styling and great colors are a lovely touch. I love, love, love the mini grey subway tiles.
Boost Kitchen Storage- Whether your kitchen is large or small, ample storage is always a selling point. Take advantage of unclaimed wall or corner space with open shelves to keep dishes, spices, and cookware within easy reach. Embellish plain shelves with decorative brackets to add personality. If you frequently entertain, consider mounting a wine rack next to cabinetry.