Pantries come in different forms and sizes. They can also be built in different parts of your home. This space is not only for storing food but it also helps your kitchen free from clutter. You can also store small appliances or things that you don’t frequently use in your pantry.
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You don’t need a full set of cabinets on a wall for your pantry. You can go for a standalone unit to build a pantry without consuming an entire wall. A standalone cabinet pantry can even be the focal point of your kitchen. Also, if you move into a new home in the future, you can bring this cabinet with you.
If there’s an adjacent room to your kitchen that you don’t use, you can convert it into a pantry. An experienced kitchen remodeling company like JLR Home Renovation can help you with this project. Moreover, you can even use this room as a place to prep meals if water lines can be routed for a sink. Consider adding open shelving to this room so you can easily find things or ingredients you are looking for.
One End of a Galley Kitchen
Do you have a galley kitchen? If so, you can convert one end of it into a pantry. You can use a tall full-depth cabinet, which would give you a lot of storage space. However, one downside of this option is you may lose some counter space.
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