Open kitchen shelves

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Urban Casa added this to These Space Savers are a Boon for Small Kitchens5 December 2018

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.

Vaishnavi Nayel Talawadekar added this to Must-Haves in a Small Open Kitchen21 November 2017

2. Open shelvesOpen shelves in your kitchen can push the walls farther, thereby giving the illusion of a larger cooking area. For a kitchen that is strained on space, shelves allow you to maximise every square inch of your wall. They also unlock much-needed space that would otherwise be taken up by doors, offering, in turn, a high-on-space, airy feel.By storing dals, rice and nuts in differently sized mason jars, you can additionally create a fabulous visual display. The delightful arrangement in this picture is a nod to effortless yet elegant storage. Mason jars are available aplenty both online and in hypermarkets. Choose from a galaxy of designs and shapes to light up your shelves.

Rashmi Haralalka added this to 10 Ways to Deal With Open Kitchen Shelves30 June 2017

Take a cue from this space to group your kitchen essentials. The everyday spices and masalas should be stacked on the bottom while your wooden salad bowls or special china can be placed on the top shelves as they are not used every day.

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HU-103087665 added this to My ideas16 April 2021

timber shelves and braces under

RenoLogic added this to kitchen24 January 2021

wood bracket painted same as wall colour