Kitchen interiors have undergone massive design changes in the past decade. Neutral colors, isometric structures, and minimalism and sophistication are the order of the day. Architects have come up with creative ideas to design open-wall shelves instead of closed cabinets. Modern kitchen interiors may include single shelves mounted on green walls with triangular stands, diagonally opposite to wooden shelves between 2 parts of the same wall.
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Go for an antique kitchen look, but only if you can maintain it. Mount dark wood shelves high up the wall, and place rustic pots and pans to lend an old-fashioned feel.
Open wooden shelving is rather common. Experimentation arises when the wood used is different. In this case, for instance, there is rectangular, dark wood shelving throughout. When you design such shelves, make sure the wood is strong enough for you to place heavy utensils. Another designing strategy is to mount wooden planks opposite each other on the walls and place wooden strips between them for the dishes.
Decorating ideas for open kitchen shelves include light wood to lend a softer look. Mount light wood planks on the walls to place jars and bottles. Or, take a wooden plank, mount wooden stands at its ends, and place wooden shelves between them. This is a very homely storage style.
Open square shelves look structured and well-placed. 6-shelved or 9-shelved designs are pretty common. They can be mounted on the wall or placed over the kitchen counter. White shelves lend an aura of spaciousness. To complement white, place colorful dishes and wine glasses in the shelves.
There are plenty of open kitchen shelves designs using metal. Metal is used for sturdiness and stability. You can use heavy black metal, with a staircase-design, placed over the counter top or kitchen table. Or, use an alloy to mount shelves with screws on the wall. The shelves should have criss-cross patterns for the convenience of hanging casseroles.
This could be a DIY project for open kitchen shelves. Use pantry-shelving where you need to store a lot of items, and when you need to understand how to organize open kitchen shelves. The one mounted on the wall is almost a cabinet design, minus the doors. The other design is a huge open shelf, placed on a table. Place items carefully, since the shelf is open on both sides.
Use different screws, pegs, planks, and stands to mount shelves over the wall.
These are examples of modern kitchen décor. The square shelves have enough space for a stack of dishes or bowls. The rack below can be used for teacups and the like. The color combination, the butterfly design, and the striped patterns add to the overall appeal.
Mount single shelves right above the counter top, and grace the background with monochromatic and patched designs. This gives plenty of storage space as well.