Kitchen pantries can often become overflowing, out-of-control messes—but with the right set of pantry cabinets, your kitchen pantry can be organized, efficient and attractive.
If you're considering installing pantry cabinets, the first step is to consider the space in your existing or planned pantry. If you've got a large walk-in space with room for plenty of cabinets and pull-outs, you're in luck. But it's more likely that your pantry space is somewhat cramped and crowded, which means you'll need to create an efficient design for your pantry cabinets. This might mean a custom approach featuring shallower shelves and drawers, or a shelving system that folds in on itself for maximum efficiency.
Another way to save space when it comes to pantry cabinets 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 complete a complicated door closing puzzle each time you need to find the paprika.
Lastly, consider a Lazy Susan for your pantry cabinets. This traditional space saver can be a great addition to any pantry cabinet system, allow you to access food and supplies easily without having to waste time sifting through your food stores.