Very smart use of the space space above the trash pullout!
FInishing butcher block counters.
Northwest Solid Wood Surfaces - get the island and shelves from the same supplier for consistency?
Another "basically this" example.
This kitchen here. Right here.
Just bring the Dekton up the wall to the lower shelf?
Wood counters, dark cabinets, open shelves
Two large capacity bins in an 18" drawer width.
Pull out with three utensil bins.
I like the chairs being a pop of color, so the island can remain neutral.
More black and white. This looks like the dimensions of our island. Note the location of the plugs and small side-drawers.
Those shelves and brackets are lovely.
Interior shelves, slots for doors to slide out of the way.
A little more traditional.
Shelves just like Grundtal which fit with the bracket system.
The actual bracket used in the open shelves.
Deeper open shelving with reclaimed wood.
God enough for Julia Childs...
Bins/baskets for oils and seasonings commonly used to be able to put on counter and put out of sight.
This little metal shelf acts like a lid of sorts!
5.5" Rev-a-Shelf for next to stove.
Smart way to store broom, leashes, and other narrow items!
rev a shelf version of trash pullout. 14 1/2" clearance needed.
5" Rev a Shelf Filler for utensils, etc
For French industrial look, more vintage silver pulls?
That amazing wood with the simple white tile and light grey grout, black counters, yum.
The rich blue with thick marble mixed with wood. Lovely!
A super dupe handy chart showing depth of different common food items to figure out how to design and organize pantry shelves.
Mix of open and hanging
If we need to do tilt n' slide, they could be as much as 24" deep, but might be ideal to continue to bi-dold and slide both back and away. Lose width for the channels, but worth it maybe?
Full tile backsplash with a marble-look counter.