foil, jars of spices, dried fruit, nuts, etc. You may not be a professional chef, but you can aspire to organize like one!
spice jars or teas instead. Or you could install one of those magnetic knife racks and free up room for your everyday dishes where they will be easily reached. Think creatively — this is your kitchen, and it should work for you.
jugs and jars that house kitchen staples, baskets that corral plump produce from the garden, etc.
jugs and jars that house kitchen staples, baskets that corral plump produce from the garden. Open shelving is a natural partner for this look — everyday items enjoy pride of place rather than languishing behind cabinet doors. New-world chic: The oversize candelabra on this table anchors the room yet also