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Of course, not everyone wants an entire wall of open cabinets. The two photos here illustrate how a small chunk of open shelves integrated into a larger section of traditional door-clad cabinets works well. It’s a great option for those who have concerns about keeping a full wall of open cabinets and their contents clean.Whether you reserve this small area for cookbooks, for small items you use regularly or strictly for display, it’s a nice addition that helps to visually break up large expanses of cabinet doors. Jessica Glynn Photography
As an ardent fan of fun dashes of color, I like the possibilities for little peeks of color that are revealed when you leave the doors off your wall cabinets. The kitchen pictured here features a beautiful watery blue hue inside the cabinets, which helps to accentuate the delightful detail on the cabinet frame. Nerland Building & Restoration, Inc.
The mostly neutral kitchen here gets a fantastic hit of vibrant color via the fresh spring green hue on the wall behind the open cabinets.