A beautiful pantry installed into Sally and Peter's kitchen in 2022. There are 3 main storage areas incorporated into the main pantry. Wooden shelves house dried food in stylish glass jars and Sally's cast iron scales for her baking. The drawers allow snacks or other items to be hidden from view whilst still being easily accessible. To make best use of space, racks were fixed to the doors to house the family's spice collection as pictured below.
This spacious pantry was designed for Becky and Noel's kitchen in 2022. Designed to maximise storage space, the wooden and wicker baskets chosen by Becky fit into the gaps perfectly. Whilst taller gaps leave storage space for cereals and other tall items. Spice jars are stored in racks on the pantry doors. A wine rack was included too to keep the bottles handy at a safe height. Here's a closer look at that wine rack:
Crown Imperial have made a twist on a traditional pantry. Whilst still using the full height of the room they have used drawers the whole way up to use the full depth of the cabinet. Within the drawers they have also used glass jars to store their dry food.
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