Saturday, July 21, 2012

Kitchen Pantry Design Ideas

Spacious Walk-In Pantry 
Keep food items on hand and in tip-top shape with an organized kitchen pantry. Walk-in pantry designs allow easy access and storage of nonperishable foods, wine, small appliances, and tableware. Shallow pantry shelves provide easy viewing of food items and help small items stay organized rather than become lost among larger items.

Think Small-Scale 
If your home doesn't have the space -- or the need -- or a full-size kitchen pantry, here's an idea: Create a miniature pantry from unused kitchen cabinet space. This tall cabinet becomes a small pantry for after-school snacks and partyware, so kids and guests aren't underfoot in the kitchen.

Freestanding Pantry Storage 
Who says a kitchen pantry design has to be built-in or out of sight? This freestanding pantry idea, made from industrial-style metal shelving, provides additional storage space in the kitchen. The open shelving design is easy to access while cooking and baking, and it makes taking inventory on food items a snap.

Accessible Location 
Sleek and slim, a recessed pantry squeezed between the kitchen's entry and cooking area keeps food items in one convenient location. A neighboring countertop provides ample prep space within an arm's reach, helping to maintain an efficient prep space.

Reach-In Kitchen Cupboards 
A four-door kitchen pantry is a good alternative when there's not space for a walk-in pantry. Double doors offer easy access, beautifully integrate the pantry into surrounding cabinetry, and protect and conceal contents.

Repurposed Armoire Pantry 
An inexpensive armoire serves as a pantry unit in this small kitchen. New built-in shelves and drawers add to the functionality inside of the pantry, and its exterior was stained a darker color for a more expensive look.

Pantry Storage Accessories 
Accessories such as tray dividers, drawers, baskets, and spice racks are essential for keeping your kitchen pantry organized. In this pantry, the addition of modular drawers with glass-front inserts is a practical touch that allows food items to be stored and identified with ease.

Slim & Savvy Small Pantry 
Placing a pantry cabinet in an adjacent space creates a roomier kitchen. Shelves on the backs of doors maximize pantry cabinet storage. Pullout shelves utilize every inch of pantry space for food, supplies, and small appliances.

Recessed Pantry Design 
The built-in look of recessed-panel kitchen cabinets offers attractive, out-of-sight pantry storage. This recessed pantry design provides a combination of shelf and door storage for spices, dry goods, and small kitchen appliances.

Built-In Pantry Shelving 
Tall cabinet doors open to reveal multiple layers of shelving units in this well-stocked built-in pantry. This pantry idea is efficient in its combination of shallow shelves and door racks. Pantry shelves are shallow to keep food items secure and within easy reach while preparing meals.

Hidden Walk-In Pantry 
Disguised behind a hideaway door made to resemble kitchen cabinetry, this walk-in pantry design presents an abundance of food storage. Open floor-to-ceiling shelves offer a quick view of what's in stock. A countertop located just outside the pantry serves as a designated prep area and place to set down supplies.

Cubby-Style Pantry 
The better you label your food items, the more easily you can organize your kitchen pantry -- and keep it that way. Cabinets fit together to create a cubby-style pantry design with room for both bulk and everyday items in one accessible location. Cabinet organizers allow even kids to keep things neat. Shallow boxes and small bins are easy to take with you into the kitchen to cut down on multiple trips back and forth.

Blend It In 
Serve up more space within the same square footage with a slender pantry design. This kitchen pantry reaches new heights of efficiency, storage, and style when it's shaped around a cozy banquette. Tall wood panels surrounding the banquette create a seamless transition from walls to the pantry cabinet, which is ideal for casual dining storage.

Enlist Vertical Storage 
 Installing a tall pantry with both open shelving and cabinetry amps up the room's storage capacity while adding furniture-style elegance. The 14-inch cabinet depth is just right for storing dry goods and makes taking inventory easy. When using deeper shelves, enlist baskets or shelf dividers to keep storage items organized.

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