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1950s light wood floor kitchen photo in Denver with flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances and an island — Houzz
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AFTER: DiCaprio opened the space to combine the living, dining and kitchen areas. He had to keep the central structural post, so he built a standing pantry (in which Clare stands in this photo) that loosely separates the spaces and creates a backdrop for the entryway and a spot for artwork. The floors had been a patchwork of red oak, carpet and laminate. DiCaprio pulled everything out and brought the red oak throughout the main level. Wall paint: Moderne, Benjamin Moore
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Of course, pantries aren’t merely for traditional houses. Here’s an example of a pantry in a midcentury home remodeled by Design Platform.
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Con: They can require more upkeep.Unfortunately, a highly organized pantry comes at a price. You know the drill: More space plus more shelves equals more to keep clean and tidy. It takes time and effort to dust off dirty surfaces and declutter shelves. If you’re looking to cut back on your weekly to-do list, you may prefer a cabinet pantry with less storage and less upkeep.