Published at Friday, 14 May 2021. Pantry Cabinets. By Smith Aaron.
Customized drawers and pullouts have become all the rage, replacing lower cabinet shelves that are hard to reach or see into. Deep drawers can hold larger pots and small appliances or inserts for dishes, silverware, and baking sheets; and a pullout can contain trash and recycling containers or shelves for food storage.
A tall pull-out pantry cabinet provides you with plenty of shelving and gives you easy access to the items right at the back – so there is no stretching, leaning or struggling to access those hard to reach items. They are narrow, making them the perfect kitchen pantry cabinet for a smaller kitchen, giving you that additional storage space that you so need.
Most options come about waist height with a countertop you can use for preparation. This makes it much easier to keep the tools you need on hand and place your kitchen island in exactly the right spot. You can also find options that are nearly as tall as your upper cabinetry. This gives you a ton of additional storage, but you don’t have to keep walking back to get it.
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