If you’d been renovating your kitchen just a few years ago, wall-mounted cabinets that lived above your countertops would have been a forgone conclusion. But today, open shelves have become a sort of decorator’s standard. Maybe it’s the trend towards eliminating clutter—thank you Marie Kondo—or maybe it’s an overall leaning towards simplicity. Either way: We’re into it. Ahead are 20 kitchens of varying decor styles (modern, rustic, vintage, traditional), all making open shelving work wonders.

GLASS AND GOLD

In this Cape Cod cottage, the small kitchen’s custom-made cabinetry is painted in Tanner’s Brown, and the walls are in Cream, both by Farrow & Ball; glass open shelves on gold brackets display vintage dishes. The countertops are butcher block, the sink fittings are by Waterworks and the Wedgewood stove is antique.

Read more: https://www.elledecor.com/design-decorate/room-ideas/g25980403/kitchen-open-shelf-ideas/?slide=1

 

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