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8 open shelving design ideas for your home

If you've decided to go for open shelving as storage, the next step is to decide how it's going to look. Besides being practical and functional, make sure it looks good, too! After all, you're going to be seeing it all the time.

Here are 8 great design ideas.

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1) An open shelving system adds contrast to the concealed storage space.

 

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2) These wall shelves have an interesting profile that draws attention away from its thickness.

 

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3) Utilitarian and old-fashioned — this way, it's easy to see when it’s time to replenish the pantry.

 

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4) An open shelving system along a narrow corridor gives easy access to the collection of hangbags and purses, without taking up much space.

 

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5. Open shelving in a tetris block-like shape helps with the bulkiness of the full-height cabinetry in this cosy study.

 

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6) Cable trays were used in the design of these open shelving cum feature wall!

 

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7) How unique! It looks as if this one is made out of wooden crates or boxes and metal grilles.

 

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8) Make use of the space underneath the stairs, and use open shelving to highlight its structure such that it becomes a focal point.
 

Which is your favourite?

 

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