When the Sarah Sherman Samuel x Semihandmade first launched back in 2020, we couldn’t wait to renovate our kitchens and zhuzh up our standard IKEA cabinet boxes. Now, whether you already have her Quarterline fronts, or are considering them for your next project, you have the ability to add coordinating open shelving to your order. The cabinetry brand, which is known for its IKEA-compatible doors and drawers, just teamed up with Shelfology, adding seven shelf styles and ten hook options (available in 12 steel colors and six wood finishes) to its mix.
While the crazy strong wall hooks are great for entryways and mudrooms, we’re partial to the two floating shelf styles, dubbed the Tromso and Askel, when it comes to sourcing open-air storage for the kitchen. To make it even more exciting, the two companies perfectly matched three of the shades to Semihandmade’s best-selling collaboration with Sherman Samuel: Desert Gray, Night Sky, and Agave.
Available for purchase online now, the drop’s minimal hardware and easy installation makes it ideal for DIYers who want to put their favorite pasta bowls on display. The best part, each piece is cut-to-length, meaning that any wall can get a quick storage upgrade, whether it’s for spices above your stove or mugs over your coffee station. With a 90 pound weight allowance per pair of brackets, your entire collection of vintage glassware can be kept out of reach. This is the closest most of us will get to having the seasoned interior designer come into our house and remodel our kitchens for us.
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