Niche areas like this cleaning zone are perfect for making design statements with tile, and open shelves complement this look perfectly.
Scallop-shaped side panels, beadboard back and a top panel with puck lights and crown molding make the end of this arrangement into a furniture-inspired design statement.
A continuous run of shelving keeps the kitchen feeling open with frequently used items visible and on hand.
A unique way to create a display area that doubles for serving. This design allows the wall material to run from the counter up to the ceiling!
Use open shelving beneath some shorter upper cabinetry for an eye appealing focal point in your space.
It’s easy to think “open shelving” and immediately picture contemporary, minimalist floating shelves, but there are so many more ways to use open shelves in your design, even in transitional and traditional styles. Take a look!
Replace a typical square corner or diagonal front corner wall. Embellish the wall between shelves with beadboard or shiplap in a contrasting finish for extra pizzazz!
Think traditional meets modern...in a wonderful mix of an artistic looking kitchen space!
It takes the elegance of traditional style and merges it with the contemporary style’s sleekness.
In this design, clean lines and an open layout and open shelving give the room a sense of a Transitional style. From sleek and sophisticated to casual and refined. #transitionalstyle #yeswedesignthesetoo #cabinetryconnection
The style that we call “farmhouse” mimics that simple, inviting feel through weathered elements, practical simplicity, and a classic-yet-comfortable overtone. Designing in harmony with original architecture means embracing ceiling beams, exposed brick, etc.
It has classic, easy-to-love foundations: simple flat panel cabinetry, neutral shades, and warm wood tones. It’s understated but true to its style.
This style has recently been called “the most popular style in U.S. kitchens” (Kitchen and Bath Design Trends 2018).