Small Kitchen Design Tips and Tricks
SMALL KITCHEN DESIGN TIP: Layer Lots of Shelves | Utilize all the wall space by stacking layers of open shelving on top of each other. A floating shelf under your range hood is a great place to stash kitchen supplies and cooking staples. (Check out our floating and traditional shelf brackets to support your open shelves!) Click over to our blog for more small kitchen design ideas. by Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C. via Houzz.
Looking to inject some fresh, modern vibes into your kitchen? We love open shelving, not only for the smart look, but because they are convenient, flexible, and very budget-friendly. We offer traditional shelf brackets (for a more industrial feel) and hidden brackets that mount to the studs before the sheetrock goes up for sleek, modern aesthetic. Check them our on our website. We're here for you to make sure you get the right brackets for your project—reach out to us any time!
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Open shelving is practical for being able to see and access things easily. We offer both traditional shelf brackets (for a rustic or industrial-chic vibe) or "hidden" brackets that mount to the wall studs before the sheetrock goes up for a more modern, streamlined look. Head over to blog to learn more about our products that support aging-in-place design. Photo by Wanda Ely Architect Inc. via Houzz.
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FLOATING HOLIDAY MANTELS | Who says holiday mantel shelves have to be positioned over the fireplace? We love the natural greenery and decor on this floating kitchen shelf! Photo by Regina Gust Designs via Houzz. Head over to our blog for a look some of our favorite floating mantels decked out for the holidays
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✦BATHROOM DESIGN TRENDS FOR 2019✦ Functional, Simple Storage: Hoarding bathroom products in cabinets is so yesteryear. Nixing the clunky cabinetry for simple, streamlined looks with open shelving and floating vanities provides enough space for daily essentials while keeping your bathroom unencumbered and uncluttered. Head over to our blog for a look at more bathroom design trends we can look forward to in the coming year. Photo by Crossville Studios via Houzz
Recessed-panel cabinets offer attractive, out-of-sight pantry storage. This recessed pantry design provides a combination of floating shelves, cabinets, drawers, and even a countertop that doubles as a work surface and place to house small kitchen appliances. Check out our blog for more pantry design tips. Photo by Figura Kitchens & Interiors via Houzz.
Pantry Design Tip: The first step in designing your pantry is to put some real thought into what you will be storing. You'll want to measure the boxes, cans, and containers you normally keep on hand. With the measurements in mind, make note of how many of those items you will need to store and plan your storage shelf spacing accordingly. Check out our blog for more pantry design tips. Photo by transFORM Home via Houzz.
Pantry Design Tip: Installing a rolling library ladder in a tall, walk-in pantry will allow you to take advantage of every inch of vertical space. Check out our blog for more pantry design tips. Photo by Maison Maison via Houzz.
PANTRY DESIGN TIP: Install U-shaped floating shelves in a pantry closet to optimize storage. We have just the brackets for that! Check our Free Hanging or Regular Shelf Brackets for your pantry project. Photo by Charmean Neithart Interiors via Houzz.
Kitchen Design: Using Universal Design Principles In Your Remodel Makes Your Kitchen Better for Everyone!
Open shelving is a practical option for #universaldesign because it eliminates having to open a cabinet door and makes it easier for users to spot what they are looking for and to access the items. We offer traditional shelf brackets for a rustic or industrial-chic vibe, as well as "hidden" brackets Get more universal design ideas on our blog and check out our Shelf Brackets on our website. Photo by Tim Clarke Design via Houzz.
Floating shelves are very on-trend for aesthetic reasons, but they are also practical for being able to see and access things easily. We offer both traditional shelf brackets (for a rustic or industrial-chic vibe) or "hidden" brackets that mount to the wall studs before the sheetrock goes up for a more modern, streamlined look. Check out our Free Hanging Shelf Brackets. Photo by R|House Design Build via Houzz.
Free Hanging Shelf Bracket
The "everything floating wall" by Fine Point Cabinetry and Millwork! A floating 12 foot long cabinet and 6 floating shelves are supported by our stud-mounted Free Hanging Shelf Brackets. Beautiful work by master craftsman Kevin Fassnacht!