29 Brilliant Open Kitchen Shelving Ideas
Do you think that your open kitchen shelving is already complete? Some people would say it's already perfect. But, it all depends on your individual taste and the space that you are working with. If you are working with a very tight kitchen space, that open shelving style would not work at all. The open shelving DIY is the best option for those who want to save space but do not want to compromise on the style and functionality of their open shelving.
There are a lot of ways that you can be creative when it comes to your open kitchen shelving DIY. First off, try to keep them clutter-free because if things are too full, this will actually make your kitchen appear smaller, even without the open shelving style. If you only have a tiny space like this one featured in Small Space Designer, then you can really maximize your space without too much clutter by being selective and organized of the things that you put in there. One example of this type of space-saving containers is the reclaimed wood open shelves. Reclaimed wood is a great material to work with because it offers a lot of benefits. It does not rot, it is not affected by water and it offers a lot of different textures and colors so you can really be creative with your selection.
Another good option would be the pegboard DIY. Peg boards have always been popular open kitchen shelving solutions. The pegboard is a very good option because it offers both organization and function. It is a very functional storage solution and it is also very easy to use since you just have to stick the nails on the walls to hang your containers. There are other great ideas out there, but these two are the best ones out there and will surely help you save time and effort in the long run.
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