Published at Friday, 14 May 2021. Pantry Cabinets. By Smith Aaron.
Re-purposed pantries are an interesting way of adding a bit of fun to your kitchen space while evoking a more traditional design style. Kitchens can be very industrial spaces and sometimes they can lack character, so turning another type of storage unit into a kitchen pantry cabinet can make a big difference in adding charm into your kitchen.
Your pantry cabinet storage doesn’t have to be limited to food – you can also store your china in it as well. In fact, this makes for a stylish way of storing your china as it looks great, making for an extra feature in your kitchen pantry. Not only that, but it makes all of your tableware so much more accessible, and as kitchen pantry cabinets go, it’s a more affordable way of creating additional storage.
If you are planning new construction or a kitchen renovation, a built-in butler’s pantry is a wonderfully chic and charming kitchen pantry throwback. These plentiful spaces give you well-secured counter space and extra room to store appliances (small and large), dried goods, canned goods, and anything else you can think of storing in a pantry cabinet. They also are great for storing extra cutlery and serving dishes and are best situated between your kitchen and entertaining areas, and can double as a bar when needed.
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