Pantry Cabinet Plans
Many kitchen pantries become disorganized and out of control—but with the right cabinet types, your kitchen pantry can be efficient and even attractive.
If you're considering installing pantry cabinets, you'll first want to measure the space in your existing or planned pantry. If you've got a large space with room for plenty of cabinets, doors and pull-outs, you're in luck. But it's more likely that your pantry space is somewhat crowded, which means you'll need an efficient pantry cabinet plan. This might mean installing shallower shelves and drawers, or a "folding door" shelf system that allows for maximum efficiency in your kitchen storage space.
Another way to save space when it comes to pantry cabinet plans is to include sliding or stow-away doors on the cabinets. This way, you'll be able to navigate the recesses of the pantry without having to wriggle under and around open doors on the pantry cabinets.
Lastly, consider a Lazy Susan for your pantry cabinet plans. This traditional space-saver can be a great addition to any pantry cabinet system, allowing you to access food and supplies easily without having to waste time sifting through your stores.