You'll want wall mounted kitchen shelves crafted out of strong and hardwearing materials if you want to showcase anything from decorative plants to your everyday pots and pans in your kitchen. If you're an avid cook, Frances Merrill suggests going for commercial-grade stainless steel wall mounted kitchen shelves because they're easy to install and hold up well against moisture. A more traditional choice that's strength-bearing and works in any kitchen is manufactured or solid wood shelves. You'll also find some mixed media styles with wood shelves and iron or stainless steel frames and mounting brackets. There are also wall mounted kitchen shelves fashioned out of wire metal as well. Every shelving unit should come with mounting brackets or a wall cleat along with metal screws to properly secure them to the wall.
You'll find a lot of designs are crafted as one single unit that houses two to three shelves that are attached by an iron, metal, or wood frame and brackets. They can easily be secured to any wall by finding the stud for stabilization and using the mounting brackets and metal screws. Billy Cotton suggests looking for separate wall mounted kitchen shelves if you want to place them side-by-side and play with things such as varying heights and placement. Depending on the size of your kitchen and what you want to put on the shelves, there are smaller, mid-size, and larger wall mounted kitchen shelves to choose from.
For any modern and neutral home space, industrial-style wall mounted kitchen shelves with multiple wood shelves and a black iron pipe frame will fit in seamlessly and add interest to a bare wall. If you're looking for something super sleek that will match up nicely with your home appliances, Jessica Davis suggests hanging two long stainless steel wall mounted kitchen shelves above the sink to add both function and intrigue. And for those going for a rustic farmhouse vibe, something traditional featuring an all-wood unit painted an antique white with two shelves containing enough space to showcase vintage dishware feels like an inspired choice.
Alyssa Kapito suggests finding wall mounted kitchen shelves with small hooks to hang larger utensils and cups if you want to break things up and add even more practical storage space to a small kitchen. There are also some wall mounted kitchen shelves that contain slotted shelving that works to separate precious dishware as well as put it more on display for guests. Some stainless steel options also come with storage bin compartments that fit on the shelves that work great for keeping cutlery and cooking utensils handy. You'll also find some options that contain kitchen knife storage as well. And to keep everything useful in one place, some wall mounted kitchen shelves even have a built-in towel rack.