Published at Wednesday, 05 January 2022. Pantry Cabinets. By Roberts Griffin.
If you can set aside a good walk-in space, you can fill it with kitchen pantry cabinet shelves and drawers. These walk-in kitchen pantry ideas are nearly limitless and easy to keep organized. However, if you are not lucky enough to have space for a walk-in pantry, your pantry storage ideas are a lot more limited.
Eliminating items will make organization a much easier task, so don’t hesitate to get rid of things. You need to be honest about what you actually need, especially if you have a small pantry cabinet. Once you know what you’re keeping, start thinking about how to organize your kitchen pantries. Place items you use more often at eye level, somewhere they’ll be both easy to find and easy to access.
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.
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