Published on September 4, 2015

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Photography by PAUL COSTELLO

An understated solution that will elevate your kitchen space. 

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culinary comfort

An easily accessible spice rack is a must for home cooks. A set of floating shelves adjacent to the stove, help keep essentials at hand. 

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Photography by ANNIE SCHLECHTER

monotone minimalism

A seamless transition in an all-white space, where shelves and their contents become an extension of the decor.

Small space kitchen design ideas. 

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centered ease

A free-hanging shelf, conveniently nestled between the stove and dining counterspace, becomes the ideal point of contact between two high-traffic areas. 

Here’s what you need to know about styling kitchen shelves.

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shades of gray

Elevate the depth of a space by combining similar elements with subtle color variations. Add character by pairing bold textures with soft lines and delicate dishware.

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visually heightened

When it comes to small spaces, it’s all about making the most of every available square inch. A brightly painted set of floating shelves can hold just the same (if not more!) amount of items as a standard cabinet.

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light and airy

In an open kitchen format, bulky cabinets can take away from the personality of the space. Opt for a hanging pot rack for storing cookware, keeping them accessible and visually appealing. 

A look at a few of our favorite kitchens

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subtle tones and smooth lines

Soft blue accents elevate the clean-cut aesthetic of this light-filled space. With a marble surface that extends beyond the countertops, elegant floating shelves contribute to the continuous flow of the space.