San Francisco Mediterranean
John Bedell Photography, Interiors by Angela Free Design
Home design - traditional home design idea in San Francisco — Houzz
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The well-stocked pantry and freezer:No-cook nibbles, such as crackers, olives, nuts and jarred artichoke heartsBirthday essentials, including birthday candles and matches, balloons and a few emergency cards and giftsBasic baking ingredientsSpices that are still fresh — be sure to give them a sniff, as spices lose potency over timeFrozen puff pastry, pie dough and gelato or quality ice creamBrowse thousands of pantry photos
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10. Wraparound shelving. If you have beautiful dishes, showcase them! Nearly 24,000 Houzzers have taken a shine to this shelving, which nicely frames a small pantry’s beautiful glass pocket doors.
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13. A framed doorway lined with shelves and a sliding glass door make for a pretty entrance to this San Francisco pantry, designed by architect Lorin Hill.
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5. Serving pieces. What type of entertaining, if any, will you being doing in your smaller (or simplified) home? Maybe in the past you hosted Thanksgiving dinners for many people, requiring numerous serving pieces. But perhaps you will be passing the torch to another family member or friend. Maybe your new home will fit only six to eight comfortably for dinner and you do not plan on hosting large cocktail parties or open houses. If you will be paring back your entertaining bandwidth, take a realistic look at your serving pieces. Multiple large platters, bowls, cake stands and appetizer plates may not fit into a smaller space and are good candidates for goodbye if you are simply cutting back your belongings. Think about keeping only medium or small pieces, prioritizing those that are multifunctional. For example, a large soup tureen has only one purpose and may not be something you want to store.