Open Shelves For Kitchen
copper and wood open shelves are great additions to standard IKEA kitchen cabinets There is two kinds of people: ones that believe that open shelves are practical additions to standard kitchen cabinetry and others that think that they aren't practical at all. We think that open shelves aren't only practical but also looks great in any kitchen.
Open shelving filled with eye-popping Fiestaware has legs beyond your "Dream Kitchen" Pinterest board and the pages of This Old House magazine. But ask yourself a few questions before you adapt it in your family's high-traffic cook space: Am I a neat person?
Open shelving can be a great way to put to work a spot that otherwise might have languished. The small double shelf tucked at the end of this kitchen countertop offers just enough room to store cookbooks and decorative flotsam, and it also gives the space a more graceful, less clunky look.
As someone who has to regularly clean kitchen grease and dust off exposed appliances and countertops in my kitchen, I'll say "no thanks" to the open shelf trend. It looks great in photos but I don't have time to wash stuff before I use it and somehow I doubt that most people's kitchens look that artfully arranged.
Open shelving in the kitchen is a great way to display antique dishware. Built-in Bookcase and Room Divider. A built-in bookcase with open shelving separates the living room from the dining room yet still provides a light and airy feel in both spaces.
For kitchen cabinets and drawers that are a mess, handy inserts can help. Choose tray inserts made of wood or plastic. You won't need to dig around for the ice cream scoop or whisk again. In cabinets, keep dishes easily accessible with a kitchen storage shelf in durable (and easy-to-clean) powder-coated steel.