ACCORDING TO LILU
There are so many ways to build Pantry storage into your kitchen. What type is right for you? It depends on a lot of factors! How big is your family? How often do you cook? Are you an average chef or a creative culinary genius? Will you store only food, or does your pantry need to do double duty and store large kitchen items such as crock pots or over-sized pans? How much space do you have in your kitchen overall? If it’s small, you might have to get crafty with storage.
A well designed pantry is a big part of how well a kitchen functions. Check out some of the pantry solutions we have designed in the past for our clients.
Built-in Cabinetry Pantry
If you’ve got the space for large floor to ceiling cabinets, these function very well as a pantry. And it looks nice and clean, blending in with the rest of the kitchen cabinetry. The cabinet interiors can be outfitted with specialty inserts tailored to you!
For those with very limited space, a pull out pantry (or several) is a good way to go. It’s super organized, everything has its place, and it utilizes space at the back of a cabinet that would otherwise be difficult to reach.
Hidden Walk-in Pantry
Can’t find the pantry in this picture? That’s because it is cleverly disguised. These clients had room for a walk in pantry, but we didn’t want to simply put a drywall framed door in the middle of the kitchen. We treated the door to the walk in pantry like a cabinet door to create continuity with the kitchen cabinets. Have you found it yet? It’s to the left of the refrigerator!
If you’ve got room for a butler’s pantry, the possibilities are endless! Whatever auxiliary functions you need can be built into this space. Here we built in another refrigerator, a command center/office, and tons of pantry storage.
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