Topical Trends: Open Shelving

Whether you are a homeowner or renter, open shelving is a great way to organize, occupy unused or awkward wall space and bring your favorite decorative accessories into the light. Select and show off your favorite kitchenware and serve ware that would otherwise be gathering dust. 

Let us jump into possible different looks:

Streamlined Chic: If you want to incorporate some character in your space, use open shelving. Show off serve ware, dishes, photo frames and vases. Tip: Select pieces that have personality such as prints, unusual objects and sentimental gems.
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Transitional Kitchen by Baltimore Interior Designers & Decorators Elizabeth Cross-Beard

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Eclectic Living Room by Salt Lake City Interior Designers & Decorators cityhomeCOLLECTIVE

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Farmhouse Kitchen by London Interior Designers & Decorators Ardesia Design

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Beach Style Home Bar by Brisbane Interior Designers & Decorators Verandah House

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Spaces by Malibu Interior Designers & Decorators Kirsten Marie Inc, KMI

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A Rustic Pop: Use reclaimed wood shelves to add an earthy feel to your space. Whether you are sprucing up your kitchen or bathroom, store pots and pans, dishes and toiletries. Tip: Stick with copper ware or dress shelves with metallic candle votives. Something about the sparkle against rustic wood is powerful. 
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Contemporary Kitchen by Chicago Architects & Building Designers Burns and Beyerl Architects

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Midcentury Spaces by Los Angeles Interior Designers & Decorators Natalie Myers

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Rustic Kitchen by San Francisco Kitchen & Bath Designers Barbra Bright Design

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Rustic Kitchen by Bozeman Architects & Building Designers Van Bryan Studio Architects

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Beach Style Kitchen by Atlanta Interior Designers & Decorators Carter Kay Interiors

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Contemporary Spaces by Scarborough Furniture & Accessories Urban Tree Salvage

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Contemporary Kitchen by New York Architects & Building Designers Bates Masi Architects LLC

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Contemporary Kitchen by Doylestown Kitchen & Bath Designers Superior Woodcraft, Inc.

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Modern Kitchen by Nashville Interior Designers & Decorators Beckwith Interiors

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A Touch of Country Charm: Display pitchers, teapots, hand-painted plates and mugs to maximize that good ‘ole country feel. Don’t be shy about pulling out your baking supplies such as mixers and corning ware as making cakes and cookies emphasizes the country theme. Tip: Stick with pastels for farmhouse charm. 

Rustic Dining Room by Seattle Architects & Building Designers Bosworth Hoedemaker

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Traditional Kitchen by Minneapolis Interior Designers & Decorators Martha O’Hara Interiors

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Farmhouse Kitchen by Portland Interior Designers & Decorators Jessica Helgerson Interior Design

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Contemporary Kitchen by Atlanta Tile, Stone & Countertops Specialty Tile Products

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Traditional Kitchen by Jamestown Interior Designers & Decorators Taste Design Inc

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Farmhouse Kitchen by Cupertino Design-Build Firms Zipper Design + Build, Inc

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Contemporary Dining Room by San Francisco Furniture & Accessories Pottery Barn

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Clean, Crisp and Organized: Perhaps it is the order they bring, but long straight shelves form clean lines for a streamlined, orderly feel. Use open shelving for storage and pops of dazzling color. 

Beach Style Kitchen by Newport Beach Design-Build Firms JODI FLEMING DESIGN

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Industrial Kitchen by New York Architects & Building Designers Matiz Architecture & Design

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Contemporary Bathroom by Toronto Architects & Building Designers Wanda Ely Architect Inc.

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Transitional Living Room by San Francisco Architects & Building Designers Kathleen Bost Architecture + Design
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Contemporary Kitchen by Richmond Tile, Stone & Countertops Luck Stone Center

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Until next time,

Jenn

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