Silverlake Vintage ModernMidcentury , Los Angeles

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Connie Jordan wrote:Apr 24, 2014
  • nanlee50
    How are the shelves mounted to the wall?
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    Natalie Myers
    We actually removed a part of the drywall, mounted the shelves to the studs, and then replaced the drywall, patched, painted to truly create a floating shelf effect. That way we could be sure they could hold the weight of the plates.
kimsisco wrote:Apr 22, 2014
  • hildrethengland
    Great open shelves. I'm searching for just the right wood for ours. Are these pine? Thank you!
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    Natalie Myers
    It was salvaged wood. Pine wood work if you are ok with the rustic look. It is soft so it will scratch easily and better as thicker planks.

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Laura Gaskill added this to 7-Day Plan: Get a Spotless, Beautifully Organized KitchenApr 1, 2014

Day 5: Clear the counters and open shelves.Decluttering tasks: Remove and sort through everything on your open shelving and counters; be ruthless about what you choose to put back and why. Cluttered, overcrowded counters and open shelves will only make being in your kitchen a drag, and now is your chance to make a change. If there are items here you want to keep but not look at daily, move them to a closed cupboard — you should have more room in those by now.Cleaning tasks: Give your counters and open shelves a thorough cleaning while they are empty, paying special attention to corners. Use tile and grout cleaner or a paste of baking soda or natural scouring powder and scrub tile grout with a stiff, narrow brush.

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Dara Luebano added this to Dara's ideasApr 14, 2019

warm wood shelves against lots of marble

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Vreeland Spencer Designs added this to 9 OverleaJan 28, 2018

Day 5: Clear the counters and open shelves.Decluttering tasks: Remove and sort through everything on your open shelving and counters; be ruthless about what you choose to put back and why. Cluttered, overcrowded counters and open shelves will only make being in your kitchen a drag, and now is your chance to make a change. If there are items here you want to keep but not look at daily, move them to a closed cupboard — you should have more room in those by now.Cleaning tasks: Give your counters and open shelves a thorough cleaning while they are empty, paying special attention to corners. Use tile and grout cleaner or a paste of baking soda or natural scouring powder and scrub tile grout with a stiff, narrow brush.

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Rosana Febres Robinson added this to kitchenJan 28, 2018

Day 5: Clear the counters and open shelves.Decluttering tasks: Remove and sort through everything on your open shelving and counters; be ruthless about what you choose to put back and why. Cluttered, overcrowded counters and open shelves will only make being in your kitchen a drag, and now is your chance to make a change. If there are items here you want to keep but not look at daily, move them to a closed cupboard — you should have more room in those by now.Cleaning tasks: Give your counters and open shelves a thorough cleaning while they are empty, paying special attention to corners. Use tile and grout cleaner or a paste of baking soda or natural scouring powder and scrub tile grout with a stiff, narrow brush.

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