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Open kitchen shelves

Photo by Teri Lyn Fisher
Transitional kitchen photo with a drop-in sink and open cabinets — Houzz

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Jessica Delaney Photography wrote:
Shelving brackets - Hi! Wondering if you could share where you purchased the brackets for the shelves? Thanks!
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They look like the ones at Ikea (painted)
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If you need brackets, just found great ones at Van Dykes Restorers.

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emilyzuhl wrote:
Hi! If you wouldn't mind, I'd love to know more about the counter... - The material, brand, and where to find it, if at all possible. Thank you!
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Kristie Berg
Me too! My cabinets are also painted Chelsea gray & I need new counters. Thanks.
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Hello - also interested in where brackets and shelving came from?

Elaine Fox wrote:
How long are shelves and how what is the width? - Need shelve that is wide enough to hold large dinner plate. Do you have shelves that store plates vertically?
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I too would like to know the width of the shelves. I want to put open shelves over my sink and don't know how wide I can go or how high they'd need to be?

Linda Thomas wrote:
Counters - Think they might be Formica- the color/pattern options now are lovely.
cmastel wrote:
I think the brackets are from IKEA, just painted wood maybe?
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Hannah Northway wrote:
Where is the dish rack from?

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Kimberly Stevens added this to Houzz Tour: Color and Personality in 500 Square Feet
Frances' philosophy on open shelving in her kitchen is simple. "I guess if I fed my family really crappy food, I might want to hide it behind cabinets," she says. "I like to see cookbooks, pretty dishes and things I have collected over the years. It adds warmth and meaning."Wall paint: Chelsea Grey, Benjamin Moore
Urban Casa added this to Small Living 101: Smart Space Savers for Your Kitchen Walls
1. ShelvesShelves are your best friend in any kitchen, especially one with limited counter and cabinet space. Every kitchen is different, but no matter how small, there is typically at least part of a wall that can accommodate even the smallest shelf. Since shelving comes in various lengths and depths, get creative and look to hang a shelf on your unused surfaces, as in the space above your stove, on the side of a cabinet wall or even above your window.

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Open Shelving, Low Pro Backsplash
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Painted fixture matching wall color

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