By Sing0. Bookcases. At Friday, July 27th 2018, 20:41:35 PM.
Open Kitchen Shelving. Open shelves feel hospitable―guests can just grab wineglasses off the shelf―and force you to edit. Try following this homeowner's rule of thumb: “If you use it more than once a week, have it out. If you use it a few times a month, stick it in a cabinet. Once or twice a year? It belongs in the basement.” Build in flexibility, cubbies are ideal for storage and display―and are easy to stack and rearrange.
Found opportunity. Clever thinking led to carving out shallow niches beneath this window. The shelves don’t take up any room in this cozy master suite, and the addition of a chair and lamp turns this corner into a mini library. One box, three ways. Stacked colorful crates provide flexible storage for this nursery. As the child grows, they can be rearranged, upended to use as a small table, or flipped to use as a basket.
Simple window shelf. A single shelf in an unexpected place can expand your storage right where you need it most. This one in front of a kitchen window frees counter space and keeps cooking ingredients handy. Colorful often-used items are grouped together for a visual display on top of an antique cabinet. Cooking utensils, beans and spices, small tools, and a chalkboard for posting reminders lend warmth.