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            Kitchen Shelving Ideas

            This collection of kitchen shelving ideas details creative ways to store and showcase everyday essentials and decorative items upon walls for a decorative approach that adds visual interest to a space. Featuring great examples of how our products can be used to make practical and stylish storage, these shelf hacks are simple to replicate in any home. Whether the aim is getting organised, improving accessibility, or introducing personal design touches, shelving is a versatile and valuable addition to any cooking space. Introduce them to break up a bank of units, or in place of cupboards to make walls feel less crowded. Read on to discover how to create a unique look that offers far more than off-the-shelf style.

            • 1. Racking up style points

              Keep crockery close in a plate rack to make serving dinner much simpler. This rustic solution will also protect dishes from cracks and chips.
            • 2. Amazing glazing

              From glasses to cooking tools, make a display with glass-fronted units which offer statement storage that makes it easy to spot items inside.
            • 3. Dressed to impress

              Channel the trend for bespoke furniture with a custom-made dresser unit, painted in a bright hue that puts a playful spin on country charm.
            • 4. Industrial influences

              Draw out a deconstructed look with these steel shelf brackets. Featuring a minimal design in matt black, this fixture will bring engineered style to any living area.
            • 5. Glow up

              Accentuate shelving by fitting strip lights, which will draw the eye to the display while boosting illumination above a counter for easier dinner prep.
            • 6. Synchronised storage

              Form a shelving unit from decor ends for a harmonious look. Made to match cupboard fronts, these panels continue the colour palette for a discreet addition.
            • 7. Simple and sustainable

              Recycle offcuts from counters to craft an affordable display for plants and pictures. This eco-friendly idea reduces waste and ties a room together.
            • 8. Think outside the box

              Spruce up an often-unused space by displaying ornaments and accessories on top of an extractor for a cooking area that is packed with personality.
            • 9. A discreet display

              Go for low-key shelving to bring subtle style to a minimal interior. Half-height, open units soften a run of solid cupboards while maintaining a less-is-more look.
            • 10. Isle of style

              From crockery to recipe books, add shelves to an island to keep everyday essentials stored nearby, ready for lunch dates, or dinner parties.
            • 11. A vintage idea

              Transform the way tipples are stored with a bottle rack, which places dinner party drinks within close reach and is handy for chefs who often cook with wine.
            • 12. Access all areas

              Make wall units more accessible with a pull-down shelf that brings the contents of the cupboard down, ensuring packets and tins can be picked out safely.

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