If you often receive guests, especially during the holidays, then the properly equipped pantry will be an excellent solution for you. It can store all the necessary items for celebrations, such as large cutlery, quick snacks, a few extra bottles of wine.
And who said that to build a useful pantry you need a big house? Here is my collection of ideal ways of storing household items of any size for you, dear readers of kitchensinteriors.
A simple and effective design of the utility room provides space for an additional refrigerator and several cabinets with patterned glass doors.
A small pantry hides behind the sleek white doors of this modern kitchen. The bright red color solution inside the cabinet creates a playful contrast when you open the doors.
Built-in wall cupboard – only installation of several shelves, drawers and a small table-top is required to make it an extremely useful place for storage.
The same is true even if your cabinet is not built-in. This small pantry occupies very little space, but it is a useful place for storage of serving items.
Glass double doors hold most objects in sight, and built-in external racks provide space for cooking books.
If you have space, a place to plan the menu – it can be very useful. Hanging next to the shelves with culinary books (by the way, properly located on the color scale) provide the necessary inspiration for cooking.
I saw this ancillary butler's room while inspecting a house in San Francisco a few years ago. It was at the level of the second floor, so that hungry hosts could quickly eat without having to go down to the kitchen – it's genius for those who often sit up late at night with sandwiches.
This giant wine refrigerator for its size can suppress the kitchen space, but in the pantry it is a well-functioning storage system that allows you to do without a cellar.
This small space works as a convenient small bar thanks to a tiny shell and a place for storing bottles and dishes.
The toothed sides of this cabinet allow easy adjustment of the shelves for placing cutlery of any size.
While ordinary pantries do not have windows, this room uses open shelving with plenty of natural light, in which you can view all the dishes.
This pantry has a mixed interior styling and combines rustic elements, wooden shelves and a sink with modern conveniences, namely: a large refrigerator with glass doors.
Why not have fun? Pleasant blue and thin mosaic tiles make space into a small casket and make cooking more enjoyable.
Lily Gahagan helped us with our advice on the arrangement of the utility room.
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