Woodgrain Shelf - Integrated Dishwasher
Butler's Pantry - Extra cooking with the oven and recipe storage
Matt Cabinetry - Gas Oven & Cooktop
Classic White Kitchen

Are you having trouble deciding whether to opt for open or closed shelving in your new kitchen?

Well, both open and closed storage options have their pros and cons. Choosing the right type of shelving for your kitchen is a matter of personal preference and practicality.

Open shelves can make your kitchen feel more spacious and provide quick access to frequently used items. They also give you an opportunity to showcase decorative pieces. Open shelving can be especially useful for smaller kitchens as they make the space feel more open and less cluttered.

Closed cabinets require less upkeep than open shelving and can prevent a lot of dust settling on dinnerware. Closed shelves are perfect for those who prefer a minimalist look or have a lot of appliances they want to keep out of sight.

Closed shelves with glass doors are a great option if you want to combine the benefits of open and closed shelving. They can add a touch of luxury to your kitchen, while also protecting your favorite items from dust and grease.

Glass doors can create beautiful displays with lighting, and add warmth to your kitchen. You can choose from different types of glass, such as frosted, tinted, or clear, to create a unique look that complements your home.

The downside to glass doors is that they require more cleaning, as they show smudges and fingerprints. Also, keep in mind that the items you store behind glass doors will be visible, so you need to be mindful of how you arrange your kitchenware as decor.

Ultimately, whether you choose open, closed, or glass door shelves in your kitchen depends on your personal style, the way you use your kitchen, and your home’s overall aesthetic. It’s essential to consider both the practical and aesthetic aspects of your shelving options before making a decision. And if you can’t decide, why not have all of the above?