Open shelving has become an often-used storage solution in kitchens both large and small.  Open shelving can be used strictly for decorative display or as a substitute for wall cabinets. The perfectly styled and arranged shelves seen on Instagram, Pinterest and other social media platforms make the open shelving idea appealing. But what if you can’t commit to keeping your kitchen looking photo worthy on a daily basis? There are other options that can give you the open display look without all of that pressure! 

Satin Glass used with Aluminum Frame Doors and Floating Shelves-- Designed By Bella Domicile, Madison, WI

A Dura Supreme kitchen with Satin Glass, Aluminum Frame Doors and Floating Shelves– Designed By Bella Domicile, Madison, WI

A French Farmhouse style kitchen remodel with bright white painted cabinets and copper hardware. A Dura Supreme kitchen featuring Wall Cabinets with Open Display Below.

A Dura Supreme kitchen featuring Wall Cabinets with Open Display Below– Designed by Karr-Bick Kitchens and Baths, Brentwood, MO

Display Space Created by Using Leaded Glass Doors–Designed by Creative Kitchen Designs, Anchorage, AK

An Open Display Focal Point Cabinet– Designed by A Kitchen That Works, Bainbridge Island, WA

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