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Kitchen: Open Shelf Storage Roundup

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Kitchen: Open Shelf Storage Roundup

Sarah Lonsdale November 17, 2011

The key to open-shelved pantries lies in the collection of storage vessels; neatly arranged rows of glass jars add a uniform note to open shelving displays of bulk ingredients.

Above: The pantry in the New Hampshire home of Emersonmade owners Ryan and Emerson, via Design Sponge.

Above: Heidi Lender's San Francisco kitchen, via Desire to Inspire.

Above: A storage niche completely lined in subway tile.

Above: A built-in shelf of spices in a Massachusetts house by Boston-based Bunker Workshop.

Above: A pantry in the Buena Vista Terrace residence by Schwartz & Architecture in San Francisco.

Above: Shelving in a modern kitchen in the Netherlands from Dutch architects i29.

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