Published at Friday, 14 May 2021. Pantry Cabinets. By Smith Aaron.
The market is full of creative built-in pantry cabinets that combine pull-out, swing-out, and rotating shelves. Custom pantries have the advantage that they take up all the available space, without annoying gaps to trap clutter or debris. This could be a great option to combine with a bump-out. That way, you can still get the pantry of your dreams without having to decrease the walking space or countertop room in your existing kitchen layout.
If you’re working with your current crowded pantry cabinets, the first thing you need to do to begin organizing is begin clearing them out. Empty all the shelves. This can be a tedious, difficult process and something of an architecture and ecology expedition on occasion.
Use a set of bleachers for your jars and cans. These organizational items will show your whole inventory at a glance and make it easy to reach the one you want. It will also keep them from getting lost in the back of the pantry cabinet.
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