Published at Friday, 14 May 2021. Pantry Cabinets. By Anderson Gary.
If you’ve got the option to choose what kind of pantry design you’re going to have because you’re remodeling or building a house, that means you can decide how you’re going to organize the pantry cabinets before you even put anything in them. There are a lot of options among pantry designs out there for you to choose from. The first thing you should so is figure out the space you want or need in your kitchen pantry.
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.
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.
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