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Scandinavian Bathroom with Timber Floating Shelves and Mirrored Cabinet

This stunning Scandinavian bathroom inspired by the garden views lying outside goes with custom-designed timber floating shelves with a green skeleton that binds them. The washbasin inserted into one of those timber shelves presents a very minimalist and calm design. This oversized suspended shelf keeps the floor level empty, exposing the backsplash tiles that are an exact match to the floor tiles. Additionally, the integration of mirrored cabinet rather than a mere accent mirror provides bonus storage. If there is any unsightly item to be concealed, it can be hidden in this mounted cabinet.

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Open Storage Ideas with Timber Floating Shelves and White Cabinets

If you have a mug collection, exhibit them on timber floating shelves – as showcased by this modern kitchen. Here, the colorful and irregularly shaped mugs put on display add warmth to the design. The brick feature wall kept as it is builds onto the cozy atmosphere of the room. In the rest, the white modern cabinets and off-white walls provide a neutral setup, instilling calmness in the space.

Open Storage Ideas

Do you want to show off your design skills and mark your difference with your home design? Open storage ideas not only offer bonus storage solutions but also contribute to the aesthetic design of the room. Wouldn’t you also like to kill two birds with one stone while also displaying how good you are at stylizing your home?

And here we have you covered with open storage ideas. You will be introduced to a wide range of open storage solutions applied for kitchens, home offices, bathrooms, closets, and pantries. So, roll your sleeves up and get ready to fire up your imagination. Glean some information and design hacks from these multiple design projects and use them to hone your organizational skills.

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Open Storage Ideas with Blue Shelves and Shaker Cabinets

Employing both display cupboards and open storage cabinets for the upper part, this Victorian kitchen exposes its glassware, dishes, and plants generously. This exposition, in turn, creates a more intimate atmosphere without causing any visual clutter. The blue shaker cabinets aligned below add a splash of color, punctured by brass hardware inserted into them. The floating shelf mounted above the sink adds a bonus cantilevered addition used to display artwork.

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Eclectic Kitchen with Suspended Shelves and White Cabinets

Floating shelves are not only for exhibiting glassware but also for whimsical objects – as showcased by this pint-size eclectic kitchen which has a bit of everything. Here, while the white flat-front cabinets set the tone, the suspended shelves, overhead, take visitors on a journey to the world of objects. In the rest, the artwork and chandelier contribute to the eclectic aura of the room. The wood table with tapered legs and upholstered dining chairs complement the look.

How do I make my open storage look good?

First, don’t put everything on which your hands land on open shelves. Ensure that there are some intentional gaps to let the shelving breathe.

Secondly, incorporate artwork, accessories, vases, and family photographs to establish a well-curated design. Focus on spreading out accessories to keep open storage more appealing. Also, avoid going with too-formulated looks and keep the feeling of casualness alive.

Thirdly, try to keep the color and material of the storage shelving relevant to the overall color scheme. It is important to maintain visual integrity and for open storage not to feel out of place.

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Contemporary Closet with Open Storage Ideas for Clothes

Do you want to keep your pants, dresses, and shirts separately? Then a closet divided into multiple sections with large and small departments can help you with that. In this contemporary closet, from shelves to the parts with rods, there are multiple sections. Each is specifically dedicated to trousers, jackets, shirts, and shoes. The resulting product? It is well-organized and one can easily find whatever it is they are looking for.

ID# 159905 | – Credit© Lisa Burdus Interior Design

Home Office with Open Floating Shelves

While Covid still maintains its impact on us, home offices are demanding more and more attention. Consequently, freelancing and working conveniently at home require well-organized working environments now. And that’s when open storage ideas come in. This contemporary office, for example, prefers open floating shelves that are minimalist and linear in design. Hosting books, accessories, personal items, and artwork, they add a healthy dose of personality into the room behind the study desk.

Kitchen Open Storage Ideas

Do you have a mug collection to display or want to create a visual accent? Open storage ideas could guide you on that. By applying a set of floating shelves, you can easily give the kitchen a fresh vibe. Though in kitchens, they are generally used to flank the range hood, installed symmetrically, you can act more adventurous. For example, you can feel free to keep them linear as they run parallel to the perimeter counters to achieve a more minimalist look.

ID# 159906 | – Credit© Danielle Victoria Design Studio P/L

Kitchen Open Storage Ideas for Contemporary Kitchen with Marble Backsplash

In this contemporary kitchen, the white clean-lined joinery is enriched with open cabinet shelves. Placed below the skylight, the open shelving enjoys its privileged corner, offering a perfect spot to exhibit plants, books, and accessories. In the rest of the kitchen, the marble backsplash extends on the countertops. And with a white zellige tile backsplash, it creates a two-layered background design.

ID# 159907 | – Credit© Jasmine McClelland Design

White Flat-Front Cabinets with Gray Backsplash and Open Storage

Open storage cabinets can be used for different purposes. In this contemporary kitchen, for example, the open cabinet feels suspended over the peninsula, used to zone the kitchen. This way, it creates an accent wall of sorts, acting as a space-dividing device in this U-shaped open-plan kitchen. The white modern cabinets play along, creating a unified harmonious whole not to break the visual integrity. Overall, the resulting scheme feels bright, airy, and well-defined.

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Transitional Kitchen with Floating Shelves and White Cabinets

Open storage solutions encourage the space to feel freer and brighter, unlike the cabinets with doors. In this pint-size contemporary kitchen, the white linear floating shelves ditch the upper cabinets to keep the upper level free. Below, the white modern cabinets accompany them, punctured by black hardware. On the floor, the black square tiles add solidity, while the shelves exhibit cookbooks, artwork, and dishes.

What can I use for open shelving?

Open shelving can be used for multiple purposes. For example, in home offices, they can be used to store books and files. In pantries, beverages, snacks, and canned goods can be tucked on the open shelves. In kitchens, again, floating shelves can be used to display dishes and favorite mugs. Also, artwork, accessories, and vases placed on open shelves create visual statements, carving out nice spots in living rooms. And in case you would like to highlight their presence, you can pair them with wall sconces. Supported by accent lighting, they can change the aura of the room completely. So, open shelves are both functional and aesthetic, contributing to room designs in multiple ways.

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Open Storage Ideas for Contemporary Kitchen with Window Backsplash

Open cabinet shelves never disappoint. Rather, they spice up the look, especially in minimalist and contemporary designs that boast clean lines. Likewise, in this kitchen, the open shelves added near the picture window luxuriate in the freshly delivered sunlight. The window backsplash also lets natural light flow in, ensuring the kitchen is well-lit and lessens the need for artificial light. The two-tone joinery, along with a gray marble island, enhances the material and color repertoire of the kitchen.

ID# 159910 | – Credit© Architect Hewson

Blue Subway Tile Backsplash with Timber Floating Shelves and White Cabinets

The well-thought-out design of this contemporary kitchen ensures the peninsula is set at a lower level than the countertops for the sake of a more ergonomic design. This section is also accentuated by timber floating shelves that match the wood accents used throughout the room. The books, vases, and personal items are brought in to be displayed, accompanying the blue subway tile backsplash. Stacked horizontally, the backsplash introduces order and clarity to the design. In the same way, the floating shelves help organize the space while making it look less utilitarian.

ID# 159911 | – Credit© Thomas and Birch – Kitchens and Living

All-White Pantry with Open Cabinets and Subway Tile Backsplash

Pantries are where canned goods, unsightly gadgets, glassware, and spices are stowed to open more space in the main kitchen. In these small rooms considered workhorses, open cabinets and closed counters are brought together to maximize storage. And this pantry is no exception. Kept monochromatic, it features open cabinet shelves housing glassware, dishes, kitchenware, and more. Right under them, the white subway tile backsplash provides a clean background with white counters. On the floor, the engineered wood flooring brings much-needed warmth.

Bathroom Open Storage Ideas

Do you need an extra spot to keep the towels or bring in indoor plants? Bathroom open storage ideas are as popular as they are for kitchens. Sometimes introduced by vanities, sometimes by mirrored cabinets, or as freestanding features, open storage options for bathrooms are multiple. Use them to stack your clean towels. Or better, utilize them to bring in art and create artful and well-curated designs.

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Bathroom Open Storage Ideas for Contemporary Bathroom

In this achromatic contemporary bathroom, the wood cabinets with open storage break up the monochromatic neutral scheme. Together they add warmth, channeling intimacy. The freestanding bathtub, a white vessel sink, and a contemporary design countertop with a geometric edge to it complement the overall aesthetic design. The gray and barely-there terrazzo flooring and backsplash add a subtle hint of color and movement.

ID# 159913 | – Credit© Corey Kaminski

Timber Double Vanity with Storage Cabinets and Chrome Hardware

You have double vanity in your bathroom, but it isn’t enough! Then, a full-height cabinet can solve the storage problem. Here, extended from floor to ceiling, the timber cabinet optimizes storage. And its open shelving adds a bonus spot that is easy to reach, where you can keep your towels at your fingertips. The chrome hardware punctures the cabinets, pulling the space together with chrome-framed mirrors and chrome tapware.

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Tropical Bathroom Design with Wood Floating Vanity and Indoor Plants

Before rolling up your sleeves to design your bathroom, first, decide on a design theme. For example, this bathroom chooses a tropical theme that evokes that natural vibe with indoor plants. The furnishing also comes accordingly. The wood floating vanity topped by a marble countertop layers the design with organic materials. The wicker basket adds a nice touch to stack clean towels or dirty clothes. Yet above that, the vanity comes with open shelving at the bottom where you can tuck your towels and place wicker baskets.

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Contemporary Bathroom with Open Storage Ideas and Subway Tile Backsplash

Keep your towels somewhere easily accessible. This contemporary room attaches a wood-carved open cabinet to the floating vanity to extend it. This way, a bonus countertop is also achieved, which is used to exhibit a plant in this room. The wood ladder placed between the storage shelf and the bathtub provides a practical spot to hang your wet towels. Behind, the subway tile backsplash stretching from floor to ceiling gives the room extra height, thanks to its stacked layout. Plus, the staggered edges of the handmade ceramic tiles give the background extra depth.

ID# 159916 | – Credit© Rayken Constructions P/L

Marble Backsplash with Wood Vanity and Floating Shelves

Do you need a spot to keep your nail polish, perfume, and cute little accessories? Mount floating shelves above the wood floating vanity. Here, also, the marble backsplash peeks out behind the glass floating shelves, creating an elegant and stylish backdrop for the bathroom.

Is open shelving still in style?

Practical and aesthetic, open shelving is still in style. They add aesthetic value and visual accent to the walls. Homeowners also benefit from them exhibiting their favored essentials, chinaware, and glassware. To add personality to the design, open shelving can, again, be used to create little vignettes.

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Niche with White Shaker Cabinet and Black Accents

In this high-contrast bathroom design, the wall niche provides practical and eye-appealing storage. And it does so without taking up extra space, recessed into the walls. The white shaker vanity accompanies it, concealing stored items inside. The black hardware, black hexagon floor tiles, and other accents spice up this otherwise all-white bathroom.

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Wood Vanity with Mirrored Cabinet and Towel Rack

Install a towel rack near the washbasin and stack your clean towels there. It not only helps create an extra spot for the towels but also adds a visual accent. Here, this contemporary kitchen exemplifies it perfectly, tucking white towels on top of each other neatly on the towel rack. In the rest, the mirrored cabinet and the wood vanity optimize storage usage. The white countertop with integrated sinks creates a sleek profile. Overhead, black LED flush mounts provide ambient lighting.

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Timber Floating Vanity with Open Shelving and LED Pendants

Keep the floor level open and free with a floating vanity. Here, coming in wood, the suspended vanity has a rectilinear form to compensate for its low-profile open shelving that adds extra interest to it, ensuring diversity. This way, also, the wicker baskets find a home for themselves. And above, the black cylinder-shaped LED pendants dropped at different heights add dimension to the room. The vertically placed rectangular mirrors give extra height to the interior.

Open Closet Storage Ideas

Just like kitchens, bathrooms, and pantries, closets require honed organization skills and storage ideas too. Cubbies for shoes, floating shelves for bags, wall-mounted hooks for hats, and more could serve as great storage ideas for closets. The built-in storage cabinets with multiple compartments, each dedicated to a different clothing item, also play a key role to keep it all organized. You can enrich the storage by adding a dressing room provided with privacy via curtains. Ottomans and make-up counters by the window could be alternative additions as well. Also, don’t skip on adding full-height mirrors to check your outfit before heading out.

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Open Storage Ideas for Closet in Midcentury Room

In this mid-century closet, the open closet gives the room a laid-back vibe. From pants to shoes, shirts, and dresses, each clothing item enjoys its special space. The different compartments keep everything organized, ensuring visual diversity and keeping the look interesting. But don’t forget to add some drawers or compartments with doors to keep your private stuff.

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Contemporary Closet with Chandelier and Colorful Curtains

For this contemporary home, designing a closet is treated as art. The shoes become the star pieces, kept on the open cabinet shelves. The clothes, by contrast, are kept in a mirrored cabinet that stretches from wall to wall. Right opposite the cabinet is a dressing room given privacy with colorful curtains. And overhead, a white chandelier comes as a statement piece, adding extra interest and intrigue. Below, a muted pink ottoman offers a laid-back seating spot to relax and sit while deciding what to wear.

ID# 159922 | – Credit© M-Squared Contracting Inc.

U-Shaped Closet with Pink Runner and Chandelier

Don’t despair if your closet has a sloping roof. Rather, turn it to your advantage. In this transitional closet, for example, the custom-designed U-shaped closet is perfectly adapted to the room’s floor plan. And the cabinets follow the sloping profile of the ceiling in perfect synchrony. A smart combination of open storage and drawer cabinets in equal distribution furnishes the room. The open storage beautifully exhibits hats, shoes, skirts, jumpers, and more, benefiting from their colors and patterns to add an accent to the room. Centrally located purple runner also adds another jolt of color, giving the room a level of formality. Above, the astonishing chandelier adds a luxury element, asserting a glam touch.

ID# 159923 | – Credit© Ardington and Associates Design Inc.

Open Storage Ideas for Farmhouse Closet with Wall Ledge

This cozy closet has everything one can dream of. Nestled under the soaring vaulted ceiling with white walls and cute windows, it feels airy and fresh. The open wardrobe system keeps the room lived-in, while in the center, a freestanding commode adds another option. Additionally, the extended wall ledge under the window paired with an ottoman provides a relaxed spot to apply make-up. The window provides the best task lighting with sunlight. Plus, who would say no to applying makeup while enjoying the garden view?

How do you make open shelves look less cluttered?

Achieving a well-curated look is essential when it comes to stylizing open shelves. The key point lies in the fact that there should be breathing spaces between the exhibited items. Purposeful randomness is what one should aim for, in other words. Regarding that, for example, you can use variously-sized items with different colors while sticking to the overall color palette.

ID# 159924 | – Credit© David Small Designs

Contemporary Closet with Galsss Floating Shelves for Bags

In this contemporary closet, bags receive special treatment. Displayed on ultra-chic glass floating shelves, they puncture the design, coming in various bold colors. The rest stays calm and relaxed relatively, filled with wood cabinets. The white full-height cabinets, for example, recede into the background, thanks to their hardware-free doors. In the middle of the space is another good-sized commode, paired with a chandelier. If wished, the tops of the cabinets can be used to store items like hats or accessories.

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Transitional Closet Design with Gold Accents and White Cabinets

Keep it all-white to spot anything you are looking for easily. In this transitional closet, all-white cabinets create a clean-lined look, spiced up with brass accents. Open cabinets expose shoes and bags separately. Clothing rods installed in two rows keep the t-shirts and blouses separate. As such, users find it easier to dress for formal and informal occasions. And in case you would like to add some luxury, don’t skip on incorporating a chandelier and marble countertop for a central commode.

Open Shelving Storage Ideas

Whatever the function of the room is, open shelving storage is a necessity. It could be used for both aesthetic and functional reasons. And to draw more attention to them, you can pair them with wall sconces for the sake of accent lighting.

ID# 159927 | – Credit | © Comma Design Studio

Luxurious Kitchen Design with Chandeliers and Glass Floating Shelves

In this monochromatic luxurious kitchen design, the glass floating shelves bring the design to life. Displaying beautiful glassware, these shelves accompany the breakfast bar. On the other side, the antique brass cabinet hardware and eye-catching chandeliers inject opulence into the kitchen without breaking its approachability.

ID# 159928 | – Credit© Olympic Kitchens

Open Shelving Storage Ideas for Contemporary Bathrooms with Brass Accents

Storage shelves are not only needed for more storage space but also for visual accents. In this contemporary bathroom, for example, the open shelving is used to display indoor plants for a breath of fresh air. Coming in the brass finish, this shelf pulls the space together with other brass hardware.

How can I make cheap shelves look expensive?

To make cheap shelves more expensive, incorporating artwork and antique-looking decorations could do the job. Gold or chrome wall sconces can be used to provide accent lighting to keep the shelves in the spotlight. Sculptural and organically-shaped vases and sculptures of famous figures could also add an intellectual feel. Gilded framed landscape paintings or family photos also bring depth and opulence.

ID# 159929 | – Credit© Two Birds Design

Contemporary Closet with Timber Floating Shelves and White Cabinets

If cabinets don’t leave enough space for shoes and bags, install floating shelves for extra storage. In this contemporary closet, 3 rows of timber shelves provide a cozy room for shoes, hats, and bags. Neatly organized, they bring a sense of casualty to the room. Below, the commodes serve as the main closets that give enough privacy to what is stowed inside.

ID# 159930 | – Credit© Julia Bewcyk Photography

Beach-Style Bathroom with Floating Shelves and Wicker Baskets

This beach-style bathroom is packed with textures, warming shades, and the new neutral color- the green touches. Perfectly matched to the small vanity, the green-painted wall offers a small stripe of a wall that draws attention. On its right sit timber floating shelves, accentuating the wall. The artwork, wicker baskets, and more are put on display to add a dose of personality without going aboveboard.

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Transitional Home Office with Timber Open Shelving and Orange Chair

Keep your books and files at your fingertips by installing floating shelves. In this transitional home office, the cantilevered shelves are introduced in wood to deliver warmth. Likewise, the chair comes in the shade of orange to bring a jolt of color to spice up the white cabinets that characterize the rest of the design

Open Office Storage Ideas

In the aftermath of Covid, people have started working remotely in the comfort of their homes. This, in turn, necessitates home offices designed to boost energy and encourage people to work. And it can be achieved with a good design that feels calm and clutter-free. That’s why we need storage ideas that also contribute to the overall aesthetic of the room.

From floor-to-ceiling bookcases to built-in storage, and floating shelves, there are multiple storage solutions. You can use these ideas to add décor to a home office too. Also, don’t necessarily think that books and files should be hidden behind closets. You can expose them fully to add personality to your room. If you worry that they will get dusty, you can employ cabinets with glass fronts.

And of course, don’t skip on using natural materials, textures, and indoor plants that will create the illusion of outdoor space. This way, you won’t even feel that you are stuck at home while working.

ID# 159932 | – Credit© Nexus Designs

Open Storage Ideas for Contemporary Home Office

Get a custom-designed cabinet to maximize storage space and cover every dead area. In this contemporary home office, the bookcase not only stretches from floor to ceiling but also frames the window. This way, the dead area over the window is also incorporated into the design to place more books. Don’t worry if some shelves get left empty. Keep them free momentarily for your next purchases. Also, to benefit from sunlight at a maximum level, use white furnishings that will boost your mood.

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Contemporary Home Office with Timber Study Desk and Wood Floating Shelves

Designing home offices is especially important to provide an environment that prompts working and ensures a productive day. And keeping motivation up for working can be easily managed with natural elements. For example, in this contemporary home office, the timber study desk and wood floating shelves bring the outdoors in, encouraging positive vibes. The indoor plant, likewise, along with the artwork boosts the mood of the room.

ID# 159934 | – Credit© C. Kairouz Architects

Home Office with Wood Open Storage and White Cabinets

Compact yet efficient, this modern and simple home office design has the key ingredient for a home office design: sunlight. If you are going to create a home office, then make sure to choose a room that gets abundant sunlight. Then direct your focus to color and material scheme to build a relaxed and fresh room. Here, for example, the white cabinets pretend as if they are not there while providing ample storage. The wood open storage and study desk, by contrast, bring a touch of drama, anchoring the design. Getting a study desk in the form of a benchtop encourages the room to feel freer – as showcased here. And keeping the upper shelves exposed adds some personality to the room.

How do you style open bookshelves?

To stylize open bookshelves, use artwork, accessories, candle holders, bookends, and pants. Distribute them in purposeful randomness to keep the style natural rather than too intentional. But even more important than all, aligning the books horizontally rather than vertically could create a style and visual diversity. Thus, the best thing you could do is to experiment with the direction of the books and stacking style. It will give the bookshelves a better expression and visual interest.

ID# 159935 | – Credit© Kube Constructions

High-Contrast Study Room with Black Open Cabinets and Black Desk

This contemporary office lays its foundation on a high-contrast theme. While the white walls provide a blank canvas, the black open cabinets and black desk for two paint a sharp contrast. Yet this contrast doesn’t overwhelm the room or the senses of its users. It is rather softened by colorful accessories and a wood-slatted accent wall.

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Transitional Home Office with Blue Cabinets and Shaded Wall Sconces

This chic and luxurious transitional home office prides itself on its wall-to-wall built-in storage. Coming in shades of dark blue to create visual drama, this storage also serves as a bookcase with its open cabinets. The files are also put on display for convenient reach. Peeking out behind the wood study desk, it creates a visual focal point. In the rest of the room, brass-detailed wall sconces puncture the design, providing accent lighting. The basket, carpet, and modern chandelier round up the look, making the design more formal and suitable for business people.

Do dishes on open shelves get dusty?

Unfortunately, dishes on open shelves get dusty since they are fully exposed to dust particles floating in the air. So, it is always wise to wash your glasses or plates kept on shelves before using them.

ID# 159937 | – Credit© Ardent Architects Pty Ltd

Study Nook with White Open Storage Ideas for Contemporary Design

The visually lightweight design of this contemporary study nook proposes a calm and relaxing ambiance. The white floating shelves and study desk seem like a natural extension of the wall, creating a seamless design. The gray upholstered stools with tapered legs and engineered wood flooring add a subtle hint of color and warmth, respectively. A green plant and accessories bring the design to life.

Open Pantry Storage Ideas

Though pantries have multiple storage styles, open storage options are one of the most popular ones. Since the pantries are much smaller than most of the rooms, open storage features are installed mostly on the upper part not to make the space feel encroached on.

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Open Pantry Storage Ideas with Wood Open Cabinets

In this contemporary pantry, the wood open cabinets occupy a considerable portion of the space, injecting the warmth into the design. Kept minimalist and clean-lined, they keep the room in line with contemporary designs.

ID# 159939 | – Credit© Kirsty Ristevski @miss.sneakypeek

Industrial Pantry Ideas with Open Storage

This industrial-design pantry is equipped with a full-height open cabinet that packs all the beverages, mugs, tea, glasses, and more. And it is organized so well that when something is needed, one can easily find what they are looking for.

Do open shelves get greasy?

Open shelves in kitchens can get greasy, especially when the food is fried. No matter how careful one could be, it is still unavoidable. If it is a very serious concern for you, instead of floating shelves, you can get glass-front cabinets. This way, you can protect open shelves from dust, grease, and food splatters.

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Kit Kat Tile Backsplash with Green Cabinets and Open Shelving

Snacks, canned goods, beverages, and dried, all are begging to be organized and stored in a section allocated for them. And open cabinet shelving is the best way to go to achieve that. In this contemporary pantry, everything is kept exposed, which adds energy and movement to the room. The use of sage green cabinets creates a natural design.

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Open Storage Ideas with Gold Accents and White Open Cabinet

If you want to keep your pantry connected to the rest of the home, stick to the main kitchen’s color palette. In this transitional kitchen, the white pantry cabinets mimic the white counters in the main kitchen. And the gold cabinet hardware, again, used in both areas helps pull the design together.

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Blue Shaker Cabinets and White Open Storage Solutions for Transitional Pantry

Add color to your pantry with vibrant cabinets- as showcased by this transitional design. Put into dialogue with white open storage extending from floor to ceiling, the blue shaker cabinets energize the interior. The rest of the design brought in white touches brings a calming contrast to create a balanced look.

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