Your home needs a pantry-closet or kitchen pantry cupboard to store food or dry-goods in which has easy access in/from the kitchen.
Your dry goods storage needs to be close to the cooking area to save you steps when retrieving food items when baking or cooking.
This pantry has a door at an angle with shelves on two walls, and a wall to hang things from.
You'll notice how close this kitchen pantry is to the oven, cutting down steps as you retrieve staples you might need while preparing meals.
A pantry storage can be several places, but primarily it will be one of two below:
- A pantry closet food storage
- A cupboard/cabinet pantry storage area
Some people don't cook much but even for those, they still need a place to store the pet food, potatoes, paper plates and cups, dry cereal, etc. Some people will even hang their broom in the pantry.
Here's another pantry placed at the side of the kitchen.
We have a food pantry in our kitchen which surrounds our fridge. See it
A pantry cabinet costs more typically, because it incorporates both the cupboard above and the cabinet below, plus the space in between. But it ultimately holds much more food and dry goods than the typical cupboard holds.
I saw a unique pantry closet recently that the door looked like kitchen cupboards from floor to top. By pushing the door it opened into the pantry closet like this one :
What a good idea. All you need is a few cabinet or cupboard doors attached to the closet door. It makes the kitchen look so much bigger yet the truth is, the closet behind is even bigger and holds so much more.
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