Published at Tuesday, 12 October 2021. Pantry Cabinets. By Johnson Tiffany.
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.
Tall and freestanding wooden kitchen pantry cabinet with open shelves provides you with plenty of space to store your spices, biscuits and other small dry food items neatly. It also gives you easy access to the items at the back because the shelves aren’t too deep inside. Hence, it is an ideal option for small kitchens.
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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