Published at Friday, 14 May 2021. Pantry Cabinets. By Williams Eddy.
A tall version of the base pantry pullout in heights of 84", 96" and is some cases 108", you can use it as a place to stock your soups, pastas or your favorite snacks and organize more items than you could imagine. This is a pullout pantry cabinet, making it accessible on both sides for easy access by more than one person.
If your homes footprint can't accommodate space for a walk-in pantry, think about dedicating a wall or a corner in your kitchen area to one or more tall cabinets that serve as a pantry, with either open shelving (neatly organized, of course) or cabinet doors. Free-standing cabinets can also be an alternative to built-ins. Consider a variety of height and width options. This gives you all the space you need to keep small appliances, food items and kitchen tools hidden and off your countertop.
Drawers are a great alternative to standard and hard to reach kitchen pantry cabinet shelving. Having drawer fronts stops your taller items from falling over when you pull them out (which is always a win). Another neat hack to organizing your drawers is to have them clear-fronted, so you can easily see everything that’s inside your kitchen pantry cabinet drawers, without having to open them.
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