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Open Kitchen Shelving

Ah, the sight of open kitchen shelving stacked high with simple accents. I used to have such an aversion to open shelving, but when we moved into our current apartment one of the aspects I was drawn to was the wood shelves in the kitchen. Although I have not been able to find the exact source of the shelving, a lot of you love it as much as I do so I wanted to share some similar options.

I also wanted to share some of my favorite examples that just nailed the open shelving look. I personally like to stick to monochromatic dishes and add in a few textured pieces to offset all of the white. Throwing in cookbooks, fresh greenery and different vases all help to create a layered look.

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Shelf Building Blocks

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Shelving Option A, Shelving Option B, Shelving Option C, Shelving Option D

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