295,556 open shelving Home Design Photos

Erotas Building Corporation
4 Reviews
Quaint painted kitchen with open shelving
Ideabooks18,021
Questions20
Quaint painted kitchen with open shelving
How thick are the kitchen shelves and what are they made from?
I want to do this type of shelving in my new kitchen and I don't know what
Would it be possible to give me an idea on how the shelves are attached to the wall and supported?
Nice shelves. Do you know the width of them? Wondering if they are 12" or less. Thanks
The shelves are attached to the wall with a backer board and brackets. Thanks, Alethia Erotas Building Corporation
Thank you and actually, we are open to working in any part of the country. If you are interested please call
Open shelving in placement that might work in my kitchen.
Where di you get those open shelves?...The open shelves in this kitchen...hood just open shelves love it
“Brackets” — kitchensbyjoyce
Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks3,703
Questions6
species of the floating shelves.....Are these bought.
Floating shelves....What is the wood specie. As well as, are the shelves purchased or created by
RIck and Cindy, I am in Austin - who did you use to construct the floating shelves? I appreciate the resource!
opening shelving- wood shelves to match mantel
heavy items from high places can be unsafe, and even if your shelving is strong, open shelves in general are not meant to hold as much weight as regular
stuff fits on your shelves, put some away. Do you really use 30 mugs or wineglasses daily?Don't: Put extremely heavy items on top shelves. Even if you rarely
Do: Think about what you use daily. As for the lower shelves, be practical about what you choose to place there. This is a good spot for favorite coffee
“wood shelves” — Belmont Design Group
Joe Olson
My Work
Ideabooks2,395
Questions4
no open shelving, but i love how this looks
open shelves between pantries on the far wall
Open shelving for the most-used items (and likely to
Open shelves but with some closed shelving Very neat
3. Go for open shelves. If you really need wall-mounted storage, try installing a few open shelves. They're a more efficient way to store items, because
creates a feeling of symmetry in this kitchen. Painting the wall behind the shelves in a dark shade helps the few items of china and glassware stand out and
you (and your guests) can see where everything is, and you don't have to open and close cabinet doors to access things. Limit the stored items to those
range cooker, open shelves and island
“open shelves” — Stephanie Linhares
Kelli Kaufer Designs
21 Reviews
My Designs for I Hate My Kitchen television show on DIY Network
Ideabooks2,054
Questions2
3. Choose open shelving where possible. Open shelving creates interest in the space as well as saves money. Using salvaged wood or painted planks from
the shelf to accumulate dust).Open shelving can save a few thousand dollars, but while it may be tempting to do away with fitted cabinets altogether, they’re
from your local hardware store for shelving is a cost-effective and functional option to display everyday dishes (items that don’t spend enough time on the
i like the bead board and open shelves...Use open shelving between east windows;...counter and seating under open shelving
“attractive!” — cckeefe
Alice Lane Home Collection
4 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks7,893
Questions9
you please share where you purchased these shelves? thank you!
What is the spacing between the shelves?
Could you please tell me where to find these white shelves? Thanks!
also like to know where tour chase or how to make the white shelves
The bottom shelves in this photo do not appear to meet safety codes. In Canada
need to be 20" shorter in length )away from the stove) for those bottom shelves. Either lose the symmetry, or raise the bottom shelf. An inspector will
are doing if you try to style your shelves when stuff is already on them. Yes, it's a project to completely empty shelves, but it will be worth it. And if
pretty tea tins and jars of jam. These items are ideal for stashing on upper shelves, because you won't need to access them that often.
“open shelves” — SMS
rtuder
Tudor kitchen
Ideabooks6,642
Questions13
Lovely design. Where did you get the suspended/open shelves? Thanks so much for your help!
How far apart did you space the shelves?
Hi. I'm working on a project with floating shelves like this and I was just wondering how much
what is the thickness of these glass shelves?
the floating shelves. where can i purchase them?
We are trying to replicate the shelving -- what rod did you use to suspend the shelves from the ceiling
open shelves by the window / everyday dishes!
modern and classic feel. The dishes coincide exactly with this aesthetic. Open and casually stacked, the dishes offer a clean and uniform look.
in color or style. This helps them blend in instead of stand out, which opens up a smaller space.
the kind of open shelving I like
“open shelves” — Belmont Design Group
Rock Paper Hammer
19 Reviews
Baking Center
Ideabooks4,165
Questions5
Would you share the thickness of the shelves? Thanks!
where can I purchase the shelves featured here
The shelves were custom made. Thanks, Emily
13.5" clear under the bottom shelf, and 10" clear between shelves
Where can I find floating shelves that can handle a bit of weight?
I am putting up shelves tomorrow and need ideas! Love it
Consider kitchen tasks, like baking or making coffee, when filling your open shelves and group items accordingly. It's convenient to have all of the necessary
where the shelving is from? Thx
“open white shelves” — Belmont Design Group
Restyled Home
Restyled Home
Ideabooks7,120
Questions4
open shelving - shelf height of about 157 cm for frequently used items
a standing position. Reserve higher shelves for occasionally used items.
4. Embrace open shelvingOpen shelving makes any quick reach easier. You’ll
4. Embrace open shelving. Open shelving makes any quick reach easier. You’ll also likely find you’ll keep things neater too, since things are on display
comfortable dimension for most people in a standing position. Reserve higher shelves for occasionally used items.
“open shelving” — jessicashylton
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