Keeping to a white china, clear glass and stainless-steel palette is very striking. Even the sugar in the bowl matches!
More disciplined people who love white...
...and some more. Love those little tins of herbs!
OK, this is the styling gold standard. Does anyone really live this way? Not me. However, if you have a zillion cupboards, you can make sure the display set looks this good.
This is a display from a store, but there is something about it that just works. Look to store displays for inspiration, especially when storing items like vases and candlesticks.
This looks so good it makes me want to start growing and canning stuff just to get the look. Even though the glass jars vary in content and size, there is a uniform look here because only clear jars were used. Jars are practical, inexpensive and look fantastic.
Using pieces that are all the same colour is a great way to keep your area uniform. Check out the way these people have put their wedding china under spotlights at the top. Now it can be enjoyed every day instead of the one time a year they probably use it.
I can’t even put into words why this works; the person who styled it clearly has a great eye for composition and details. Get ready to arrange and re-arrange until you have a composition you like. It sounds ridiculous, but I swear it feels so good to open an organised cupboard.
This is not some fussy matchy-matchy Martha Stewart arrangement of copper pans and the like, yet it is equally as pleasing. It’s a great example of how a cupboard/pantry organisation company and/or kitchen designer can help you out in the long run.
Ok, and here is the stunningly gorgeous collection that most of us will probably never achieve but like to strive for.
The hanging boxes absolutely knock my socks off here, and the baskets in the cubby holes can hide a multitude of sins while also looking neat and beautiful.
The composition of the glass cupboards is clearly well thought out as a whole. You can tell whoever did it took a few steps back and really tweaked it until it was just right.