Published at Friday, 14 May 2021. Pantry Cabinets. By Wilson Mandy.
Kitchen pantry cabinets with pull-out shelves make working in the kitchen a completely delightful experience. Put in a few extra open shelves at varying heights and they give you ample space to display salt, jams and other bottled items. This gives you enough free counter space to whip up delicious meals.
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.
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.
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