Need a quick kitchen makeover that won't cost a fortune? Open shelving is cheaper than cupboards, and you don't need to hire a builder to install them. I'm sharing my DIY tutorial on a installing a single open shelf, which makes capturing the look simple. This budget-friendly remodel option is easy enough to do in an afternoon.
Perfect for wrapping around a single kitchen window, open shelves offer both function and a design feature at the same time. They create a focal point ideal for displaying small and big collections while also creating function in a design-focused space.
Looking for a way to extend your color story or add splashes of color to a neutral kitchen? Open shelving allows your color theme to have a big impact in both small and large kitchen spaces. Arranging dishes and collectibles by color offers a layer of design to your kitchen that a pantry or cupboard door closes off.
Having everything you need within arm's reach makes cooking so much easier. Open shelving above the oven allows you to grab your must-have cooking ingredients and tools without having to fiddle with doors while you cook. Even if your kitchen space is better suited to cupboard doors, a small section of open shelving to house your everyday cooking essentials is a great convenience.
The growing popularity of Shelfies has everyone dreaming up new vignettes and ways to display their much-loved collection of treasures. Open shelving allows you to display favorite vignettes to create the perfect open shelf design worthy of a Shelfie. The beauty of an open shelf is that it can change through the seasons, bringing a much-needed splash of new to your kitchen whenever you need it.