When it comes to opening shelves in the kitchen, people usually have one of two reactions:
“Big! I can finally show my dishes!”
“No! Where should i hide everything “
There’s no need to completely remove cabinets from your kitchen. Finally, some things are best kept out of sight (ahem, drain cleaner, and trash bags). But open shelves aren’t a fad that just looks great on Pinterest but doesn’t work in real life. Incorporating some open shelving into your kitchen design can be a great way to maximize storage space, display collections, and organize yourself. Find out how open shelving can transform your kitchen.
Glass vessels open shelf kitchen
1. Create a custom shelf solution
With open shelves you can make the most of your kitchen. This is especially important when you don’t have much to do at first. This allows you to get creative with the length of the shelves and the space between them to design a configuration that best suits your items and space. Image via Remodelista.