Designed by Athena Calderone of Eye Swoon this kitchen features one long white shelf instead of matching navy cabinets. This keeps this kitchen feeling light and bright.
Designed by House Of Grey London this neutral kitchen has open shelving on either side that acts as both a focal point showcasing pottery and practical storage for plates and bowls.
Designed by San Francisco designer Ken Fulk. This kitchen is inside Ken’s Victorian cottage on Cape Cod. Featuring a darker color palette this space utilizes two glass shelves to house glassware.
Designed by Amber Interiors, our next kitchen has three wood shelves featuring books, plants, artwork, and niche kitchen items, these shelves are more for decoration than practical storage.
Designed by Athena Calderone of Eye Swoon this kitchen has a rugged feeling thanks to the dark wood shelves and green tile backsplash. These large shelves are eyecatching and both practical and aesthetically pleasing.
Designed by Karen Emile, our next kitchen has a farmhouse feel. These dark wood shelves provide useful storage over the sink that helps this small kitchen feel more open.
Designed by BK Interior Design, this kitchen uses three small taupe wood shelves as useful storage for glassware.
Home of Anna Bond founder of Rifle Paper Co. in Winter Park, Florida, this large kitchen uses two wood shelves as a focal point. With sconces on either side, it’s clear the shelves are on display while also usefully housing bowls and cookbooks.