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We are have an awkward piece of kitchen cabinetry. We are planning on taking that piece down and replacing it with open shelving. The Mister and I are in the beginning stages of planning the layout for this area of our kitchen. So, I’m gathering my inspirational photos.
I don’t care for the tracking. If we had a loft or a modern home it would fit better.
Photo credit: Living etc.
Do we want shelving that has supports underneath, whether they are wood or metal?
Photo credit: Purple Area
Or do we want to use shelving with concealed mounting such as a Lack wall shelf from Ikea? Can they hold as much weight as something with a support? The Lack shelves state their max load is 18-44 pounds, depending on the type of wall and fastening.
We want the shelves to hold our plates, glasses and a few “catch all” baskets. I’m a bit nervous to how much the shelves can hold. Do any of you have open shelving in your kitchen?