Open kitchen shelving can be an amazing option. You can display your prettiest homewares, it’s much easier to get to everything you need, and it’s a design choice that’s still popular. The visibility of your items helps you to pare down on things that you don’t need, and it’s usually more affordable than enclosed cabinets. You may need to dust more often and keep your glasses stored upside down, but if you’re looking for chic storage and display, keep reading for inspiration!
You’ll need to keep in mind that your shelves can easily get cluttered. There’s also a chance that a fine layer from automatic bug sprays and air fresheners can settle on top of your dishes. If you love the look of open shelving, but you’re concerned about your dishes getting environmental dirt on them, try a glass front door with a thin frame. Now you have a stylish place to display your fancy china, and a practical storage solution for the oils and spices you reach for when you’re cooking.
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