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24 Kitchens That Will Convince You To Try Open Shelving

Redbook Logo By Erin Cavoto of Redbook | Slide 1 of 25: Have you seen open shelving in a kitchen? Although gorgeous, you might quick to rule it out for yourself: Maybe you're worried about having enough to fill them, or you don't know quite how to style the shelves, or you're just worried about how to install them. We're here to help—and show you the beauty that open shelves can add to your kitchen, no matter its size or style! Ree Drummond's open shelving in The Lodge's kitchen is a case in point: They add a great pop of color to the kitchen, and Ree has all of her favorite new cookbooks within easy reach!Open shelves can instantly add depth and make a room feel more inviting, whether you're restyling your kitchen decor or just improving of your pantry organization setup. And you can customize the shelves as you need for kitchen storage. For instance, many of these shelves are natural wood, which are perfect for displaying antiques or everyday bowls, plates, and cups. Or, you might be inspired by the kitchen with custom gold shelves framing the stove, decorated with thoughtful pieces. Either way, these examples prove that open shelving kitchen ideas are suitable for either casual decorators or design-oriented homeowners. Once you reach the end of this gallery, you'll feel much more confident about applying this kitchen trend to your own home.

Have you seen open shelving in a kitchen? Although gorgeous, you might quick to rule it out for yourself: Maybe you're worried about having enough to fill them, or you don't know quite how to style the shelves, or you're just worried about how to install them. We're here to help—and show you the beauty that open shelves can add to your kitchen, no matter its size or style! Ree Drummond's open shelving in The Lodge's kitchen is a case in point: They add a great pop of color to the kitchen, and Ree has all of her favorite new cookbooks within easy reach!

Open shelves can instantly add depth and make a room feel more inviting, whether you're restyling your kitchen decor or just improving of your pantry organization setup. And you can customize the shelves as you need for kitchen storage. For instance, many of these shelves are natural wood, which are perfect for displaying antiques or everyday bowls, plates, and cups. Or, you might be inspired by the kitchen with custom gold shelves framing the stove, decorated with thoughtful pieces. Either way, these examples prove that open shelving kitchen ideas are suitable for either casual decorators or design-oriented homeowners. Once you reach the end of this gallery, you'll feel much more confident about applying this kitchen trend to your own home.

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