Open Shelving Brackets

Open shelving in the kitchen is my favorite! Not only is it stunning, I find it incredibly convenient. I love using oversized mason jars for flour, sugar, cereals, spices, etc. where they are easily accessible and look super pretty! Display cake stands, old jars, and stack everyday dishes to combine beauty and functionality. Here are some different bracket options for open shelving! From black iron, to brass, to painted wood, there are a lot of different combinations to achieve your perfect open shelving look!

Floating

Source Studio McGee

Source Amber Interiors

Source Studio McGee

Source Walnut Wood Works

American made steel Brackets, using 3/16″ CNC cut steel backs and 3/4″ solid steel rods. 150 Lb holding capacity per bracket when used in stud walls. 32″, 24″, 12″, or 4″ Long Brackets fit most shelves.

Black Iron

Source Birdie Farm

Source Jane Green’s Creaky Cottage, NYTimes

Source Heather Bullard

Source Barbara Westbrook, Westbrook Interiors

Source Leanne Ford Interiors

Source Loft 9b, Behance

Calx Forged Iron

Industrial Simple Iron Shelf Bracket

Simple Shelf Bracket

Brass

Source My Domaine, Photography Paul Massey

Source Domino, Photography Brittany Ambridge

Source Studio McGee

Wishbone Bracket

Large Strap Shelf Bracket

Large Arched Shelf Bracket

Wood


Source We Heart It

Source Dreamy Whites

Wood Shelf Bracket

Thank you all so much for stopping by! xoxoxo lr

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Birdie Farm

Birdie Farm

Hi! I’m Lucy Rose, and welcome to my farmhouse lifestyle blog!

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Dawn | 19th Mar 17

    Thanks for this comprehensive post!! I am looking to do this in my kitchen and this will be so helpful! You’re the. Eat and. Wet inspiring!!

  2. Dawn | 19th Mar 17

    Ok that went so wrong!! You’re the BEST and VERY INSPIRING!!!

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