Looking to give your kitchen a face-lift but don’t want to go through a renovation? What about open shelving?
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Here are our 5 reasons to create this option.
𝟏) Increase your storage options
Upper kitchen cabinets can be quite awkward at times. Some cabinets are too narrow to fit some certain dishes side-by-side. With open shelving, your space isn’t split into compartments. You fit everything next to each other while still maintaining a cool modern & relaxed look.
2) Show your dishware to the world
Open shelving is a cool way to show-off your matching dishware collection. It’s far too nice to be sitting behind a cabinet door where no one can see it!
3) Inexpensive but not tacky
New cabinets aren’t cheap and this is an economical project that can be done in a day and yet it makes a huge difference when done well. This is is a budget-friendly option to create a new look.
4) Create a more open kitchen
Open shelving gives the illusion of more space that’s bigger & brighter by letting more light circulate within the kitchen. It makes for a more inviting room for everyone to enjoy.
5) Friends and visitors will love it!
Your friends and family don’t have to ask where things are in your kitchen. Cups & dishes will be in plain view for everyone and you can sit back and enjoy the moment!
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