Looking to jazz up a bank of ho-hum cabinetry? Throw open shelving into the mix and watch your kitchen options expand.
By Lisa FrederickMore in Kitchen
Make use of wasted space. Open shelving can be a great way to put to work a spot that otherwise might have languished. The small double shelf tucked at the end of this kitchen countertop offers just enough room to store cookbooks and decorative flotsam, and it also gives the space a more graceful, less clunky look. Courtesy of Merillat
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