Kitchen shelves can be hidden behind cabinets, displayed openly on units like baker’s racks, or mounted with brackets to a wall. Kitchen shelves can be a part of furniture such as islands, hutches, floor cupboards, or pie safes, and made of various materials including wood, plastic, and metal. Some kitchen shelves are fixed in place, while others slide out from beneath a counter for easy access. Kitchen helves can be found in any style, from the contemporary to the antique. There are many ideas of kitchen shelves available to fit every budget and decor. Open shelving allows you to to put the items you’d typically keep in the cabinets on display. This can be a potentially good or bad feature, depending on the items you decide to store on the shelves. To create a cohesive look without having to spend time each day making everything look just so, only store items that are in good condition and of a similar colour scheme on the open kitchen shelves.
Or if you have a small amount of open wall next to already existing cabinets, put it to use by installing a few corner kitchen shelves. While each shelf won’t probably add very much by way of storage, they are perfect for storing items you want to have very close at hand, like a few favourite cook books or jars or sugar and sugar substitute for the morning coffee.