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34 Lovely Floating Shelves Ideas For Kitchens
Don’t like open shelving cause using it seems to clutter your space and make it look non-tidy? I’m ready to reassure you and prove that open shelving is amazing for storage an display and can match all kitchen styles and floating shelving is even better!
Floating shelves have a very sleek look – they seem to float in the air and that makes them look lightweight, even if they are thick enough. Such an idea is great for a small kitchen: heavy closed storage units and lots of cabinets will make your tiny kitchen look even smaller, while floating shelves will give it some air.
a beautiful white kitchen with shaker cabinets, white countertops and a white stone backsplash, white floating shelves and copper touches
Floating shelves exist in all kinds of versions – sleek, living edge, rough and many others. Traditional sleek ones will be great for any kitchen, while living edge shelves will give a rustic feel to it making it a bit more relaxed, so I’d advise them for a farmhouse or modern space. Floating shelves are usually made wood and are stained light to look lightweight but you may also go for statement stone shelves to match your countertops or a backsplash or try an invisible sleek shelf that would match the wall and seem unseen, this is a very fresh idea that will add eye-catchiness to the kitchen.
a chic black kitchen with shaker cabinets, white stone countertops, floating shelves and a white subway tile backsplash
a chic contemporary kitchen with white shaker cabinets, a grey kitchen island,a large hood and light-stained floating shelves
a clean white kitchen with shaker cabinets, black fixtures, grey countertops, light-stained corner floating shelves
a contemporary blue kitchen with a white tile backsplash, a white hood and a skinny floating shelf for storage
a contrasting kitchen with black cabinets, white countertops and a backsplash, thick black shelves and potted plants
You may go for quite short floating shelves to place and display just some stuff or for really long ones, for example, you can substitute your upper cabinets with rows of long floating shelves that will give your kitchen a more personalized look. Get inspired by the ideas below and make or buy some floating shelves for your own home, not only for the kitchen!
a cool eclectic kitchen with navy lower cabinets and a kitchen island plus white floating shelves instead of upper cabinets
a cute white kitchen with black fixtures, light-stained butcherblock countertops and floating shelves plus a skinny tile backsplash
a dove grey farmhouse kitchen with white planked walls, dark stained floating shelves and black lamps