Published at Tuesday, 12 October 2021. Pantry Cabinets. By Johnson Tiffany.
Corner cabinets have been rescued from dark, inconvenient obscurity by new takes on the traditional Lazy Susan such as corner drawers, rotating recycling bins, and rotating hanging racks for pots and pans.
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.
Install a slender pullout “pantry” in space that normally would be wasted, such as between the refrigerator and the wall, or the oven and a cabinet. In that little space, a pullout rack will hold (and hide) kitchen towels, and a hidden knife block will keep your cutlery out of sight but right where you need it.
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