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Suspended Kitchen Shelves

Suspended Kitchen Shelves

Suspended Kitchen Shelves

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Many of us could use more storage in our kitchens, and ceiling-mounted shelves are a beautiful way to add extra space. Decorate them with trailing plants, cookbooks, and your most stylish kitchenware to create a feature that will get everyone’s attention.

What exactly are suspended shelves?

Suspended shelves, as the name implies, are meant to be hung on the wall with a floating appearance. These shelves frequently use rope or chain hangings that may be attached to the wall or suspended from the ceiling to give a unique suspended appearance.

Not to brag, but these shelves are space-saving prodigies. In addition to holding all your books, plants, plates and utensils (or anything else you need), hanging shelves typically include additional storage features like wine racks, pan holders and glass holders.

Hanging shelves are not only useful for storage, but they’re also a quick and elegant way to spruce up your decor. This is the sort of look you get here. Add some exposed brick, a hanging plant, and a few beautiful wine glasses, and you’ve got pure Nordic aesthetic.

Wall mounted shelves

If you don’t have the floor space to operate a fully suspended shelf, wall hanging shelves are an excellent alternative. Wall hanging shelves, like ceiling hanging shelves, offer a more distinctive appearance than conventional fixed shelving and convert your storage into something truly one off. Some wall hanging shelves may also be hung from the ceiling for further customisation if you move to another room.

Why use ceiling hanging shelves?

If you have limited storage but don’t want to lose your sense of style, try getting ceiling hanging shelves and bar gantries. They’re designed to be hung from the ceiling and make quite the statement, changing up any room’s look in a modern way.

Although their name might indicate otherwise, these shelves can also be hung from the wall instead of just the ceiling. This is perfect for smaller spaces.

Chain shelves achieve an industrial look

Chain hanging shelves are ideal for rooms with a rustic, industrial feel; particularly if you already have metal accents in your decor. These suspended shelves evoke thoughts of converted warehouse dwellings and Scandi-style living spaces with their lengthy dangling chains.

Understated rope hanging shelves

Rope hanging shelves are perfect for a more rustic kitchen. With sturdy ropes to support the weight of cookbooks, plates, and plants, these shelves offer both form and function. Such shelving is ideal for displaying everyday items while also providing an opportunity to show off your personal style with decorative objects.

Hanging shelves for your favourite drinks glass

Wine glass hanging shelves are undoubtedly the most elegant of all storage ideas. Whether you’re building a new bar or just stocking your personal kitchen, these beautiful shelves are a wonderful way to show off your finest glasses. They also save tons of cupboard space, allowing the rest of your glassware to be stored in neat rows instead of being stacked dangerously.

Wine glass hanging shelves not only come in a range of different styles, but some also include wineglass hanging elements, giving you the best of both worlds.

Then there’s suspended pan racks

Pots and pans are some of the largest, most cumbersome things to store in your kitchen – especially if you’re trying to squash them all into a single cupboard or drawer. That’s why hanging pan racks are an absolute storage game changer. They give you an easy, tidy way to store your pots and pans while also being sleek addition to your kitchen décor. Plus, it means your prized non-stick pans won’t get scratched while they’re stored away in a cupboard.

Pan racks look pristine suspended from the ceiling near your stove or over a kitchen island. They give the appearance that you is an amateur chef just waiting to concoct their next big dish.

So how should you style your suspended shelves?

Suspended shelving is a trendier style than closed upper cabinets. They may go well with transitional kitchens as long as the rest of the decor remains traditional.

An effortless method to make your shelves appear more visually appealing is to use a mixture of textures. By adding items such as sleek stoneware pottery with more rustic wooden utensils, you can create an interesting and contrasting look.

Not only will hanging shelves give you additional storage space, but they are also an easy way to add personality to your décor. From grand, suspended styles to understated wall-hanging options, these endlessly versatile shelves can change any space – like a wine glass shelf or hanging rope cook book shelf in your kitchen.

If you’re planning on updating your kitchen any time soon and would like some advice and/or inspiration then do take a look at our website information or advice then contact us here at londonkitchendesigner where you will find images of recent and past projects. You can also call us Mon to Sat from 9am to 5pm, tel: 0208 504 8850.

ARTICLES & INSIGHTS

Many of us could use more storage in our kitchens, and ceiling-mounted shelves are a beautiful way to add extra space. Decorate them with trailing plants, cookbooks, and your most stylish kitchenware to create a feature that will get everyone’s attention.

What exactly are suspended shelves?

Suspended shelves, as the name implies, are meant to be hung on the wall with a floating appearance. These shelves frequently use rope or chain hangings that may be attached to the wall or suspended from the ceiling to give a unique suspended appearance.

Not to brag, but these shelves are space-saving prodigies. In addition to holding all your books, plants, plates and utensils (or anything else you need), hanging shelves typically include additional storage features like wine racks, pan holders and glass holders.

Hanging shelves are not only useful for storage, but they’re also a quick and elegant way to spruce up your decor. This is the sort of look you get here. Add some exposed brick, a hanging plant, and a few beautiful wine glasses, and you’ve got pure Nordic aesthetic.

Wall mounted shelves

If you don’t have the floor space to operate a fully suspended shelf, wall hanging shelves are an excellent alternative. Wall hanging shelves, like ceiling hanging shelves, offer a more distinctive appearance than conventional fixed shelving and convert your storage into something truly one off. Some wall hanging shelves may also be hung from the ceiling for further customisation if you move to another room.

Why use ceiling hanging shelves?

If you have limited storage but don’t want to lose your sense of style, try getting ceiling hanging shelves and bar gantries. They’re designed to be hung from the ceiling and make quite the statement, changing up any room’s look in a modern way.

Although their name might indicate otherwise, these shelves can also be hung from the wall instead of just the ceiling. This is perfect for smaller spaces.

Chain shelves achieve an industrial look

Chain hanging shelves are ideal for rooms with a rustic, industrial feel; particularly if you already have metal accents in your decor. These suspended shelves evoke thoughts of converted warehouse dwellings and Scandi-style living spaces with their lengthy dangling chains.

Understated rope hanging shelves

Rope hanging shelves are perfect for a more rustic kitchen. With sturdy ropes to support the weight of cookbooks, plates, and plants, these shelves offer both form and function. Such shelving is ideal for displaying everyday items while also providing an opportunity to show off your personal style with decorative objects.

Hanging shelves for your favourite drinks glass

Wine glass hanging shelves are undoubtedly the most elegant of all storage ideas. Whether you’re building a new bar or just stocking your personal kitchen, these beautiful shelves are a wonderful way to show off your finest glasses. They also save tons of cupboard space, allowing the rest of your glassware to be stored in neat rows instead of being stacked dangerously.

Wine glass hanging shelves not only come in a range of different styles, but some also include wineglass hanging elements, giving you the best of both worlds.

Then there’s suspended pan racks

Pots and pans are some of the largest, most cumbersome things to store in your kitchen – especially if you’re trying to squash them all into a single cupboard or drawer. That’s why hanging pan racks are an absolute storage game changer. They give you an easy, tidy way to store your pots and pans while also being sleek addition to your kitchen décor. Plus, it means your prized non-stick pans won’t get scratched while they’re stored away in a cupboard.

Pan racks look pristine suspended from the ceiling near your stove or over a kitchen island. They give the appearance that you is an amateur chef just waiting to concoct their next big dish.

So how should you style your suspended shelves?

Suspended shelving is a trendier style than closed upper cabinets. They may go well with transitional kitchens as long as the rest of the decor remains traditional.

An effortless method to make your shelves appear more visually appealing is to use a mixture of textures. By adding items such as sleek stoneware pottery with more rustic wooden utensils, you can create an interesting and contrasting look.

Not only will hanging shelves give you additional storage space, but they are also an easy way to add personality to your décor. From grand, suspended styles to understated wall-hanging options, these endlessly versatile shelves can change any space – like a wine glass shelf or hanging rope cook book shelf in your kitchen.

If you’re planning on updating your kitchen any time soon and would like some advice and/or inspiration then do take a look at our website information or advice then contact us here at londonkitchendesigner where you will find images of recent and past projects. You can also call us Mon to Sat from 9am to 5pm, tel: 0208 504 8850.

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