Remodelista recently posted a tour of UK housewares shop Baileys Home and Garden and I can´t stop thinking about the shelves in these pictures. It´s now been 1.5 years since we remodeled our kitchen so I had a lot of time to think about the shelves situation (to recap, read the comments in this post).
I´ve known for quite a while now that I want a set up exactly like in the picture above - two rows of open shelves to either side of the sink. Now I don´t have a window or anything above my sink, but maybe I could have a painting there or a mirror or even some kind of old window frame? That´s probably too kitschy, but you get my point. I want to "break up" that wall visually and make the sink more of a focal point.
As for the shelves, I know I said back then that I don´t like these kind of brackets but well, maybe I´ve changed my mind? They look wonderful here. Of course these are much nicer than anything I can find. I´m toying with the idea of white brackets and oak shelves, or vice versa. What do you think? Do you have a great source for shelf brackets?
Edit: Pretty sure the brackets are the Ikea ones named Valter, my option 2. I think they may have white-washed them? Anyway, yay for Ikea. Thank you Laura for your comment!