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How to find durable restaurant shelving: stainless steel options

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Open vertical shelves designed from smooth and strong metal are a popular trend in outfitting commercial areas in a stylish manner. However, they are often abandoned due to fear of dust accumulation and possible mess, as everything placed on such a shelf will be visible. But it also will be instantly accessible. Moreover, a wall-mounted stainless steel wall shelf can become an original solution for the insufficient amount of cabinets or drawers in the commercial interior. Thanks to the stainless steel wall shelf, you will be able to place more things, while everything you need will always be at hand. It is especially important for commercial spaces. Just take a quick look at the walls and you will be surprised how much additional valuable space you have.

Tips for optimizing space even more

Containers for storage. For restaurant shelving, stainless steel is the most preferred material pick since it won’t be affected by contamination and kitchen impacts. However, still, some dust can fall on the items you hold on a wall shelf. Thus, to keep everything in order and looking neat, use containers for storage: jars, special packages, boxes, etc. Not every kitchen size allows such items as open shelves. But they are definitely worth considering due to their excellent functionality.

Pot racks. The stainless steel wall shelving allows you to add hooks from below, and thus you can double this space. You can hang kitchen tools or pots and pans on such holders.

Use corners. Very often, open shelves cover one wall but do not be afraid to extend them to the corner. This will allow you to expand the storage space and make good use of the empty corner.

Transform cabinets. If you are in need of open units and the room is already equipped with ordinary cabinets, you can easily turn them into open ones by getting rid of the doors. But this option will not replace the classic stainless steel wall shelf.

Consider before placing. Avoid overcrowding and overloading available shelves with items. Always keep them in order because if there are too many items, it can make your kitchen visually smaller, and it will be quite difficult to clean. If you use the item every day, you can put it on the vertical shelf. If you use the item once a week or even less often, you can hide it away in the drawers. Always look for a balance. Place heavy and large objects on the lower shelves, and slightly smaller and lighter objects, you can place higher. Use the rule — the right shelf for the right item to store on it.

Are there any downsides?

When it comes to restaurant shelving, stainless steel options don’t require extra upkeep and care. But at the same time, be ready to keep up with the level of dust that settles on the surface. Its removal is easy but must be done on time. Vertical units do not tolerate chaos and disorder. Think about whether you are ready to maintain order and put things in their place, maintaining harmony and visual balance on the shelves before mounting them.

Kossi Adzo is the editor and author of He is software engineer. Innovation, Businesses and companies are his passion. He filled several patents in IT & Communication technologies. He manages the technical operations at

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