Whether you have a lifetime's worth of cookbooks, or just a few, you want to store your favorites in a good spot. Near enough that they are cnoveniently within reach, but far enough away so they don't get splattered with food. Even in the smallest spaces, there's always a way to stick a few more in your kitchen.
This kitchen from Skona Hem displays its cookbooks sitting on narrow picture ledges, facing out to show off covers and make them easy to find.
Even with just a little triangle of space in between cabinets and the wall, Isabelle found space for a tiny custom shelf.
This kitchen renovation by Actual-Size Architects, via Houzz, included a low-down shelf underneath the window that's out of the way but nearby.
BILLY bookcases are the basis of this kitchen island, seen on The Kitchn, that conceals a column, is a prep surface, and is a spot for cookbooks and cookware.