Spacious Kitchen Pantry - Riverside, CT
Want to add substantially more pantry space without breaking through the walls? Let us transFORM a small closet to a spacious walk in pantry. This custom-designed melamine kitchen pantry in almondine includes, wine racks, tray dividers and space efficient wrap around corner shelves. Optional matching cabinet backing provides a stylish way to protect the walls from nicks and dents. Available in chrome or brass, our pull-out wine racks store bottles at a cool 15-degree angle to ensure the corks remain moist in storage. Rattan baskets in a natural finish add warmth to this high-capacity pantry.
Example of a large classic l-shaped light wood floor and beige floor kitchen pantry design in New York with open cabinets and white cabinets — Houzz
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5. Use baskets for anything round. I usually keep round, nonperishable items like onions and potatoes in their bags on the lowest shelf of my pantry, but as the shelves roll, a few veggies inevitably escape and make a mess. Baskets like those used in this pantry keep food organized and still allow air to circulate, preventing the food from getting prematurely moldy.
Kimberly Collins Jermain added this to
What color are you craving? I tell clients and students searching for color ideas to try a trick that many landscape painters use to make swift judgments about color. Think about the “taste” you are trying to achieve, as you might while deciding what you want to snack on. Are you craving something salty or sweet or perhaps a little tart? By trying to interpret a color through a sense other than vision, your perceptions are heightened naturally. This is called synesthesia. Try tasting your way to ideas about color — and order more samples than you could possibly use. Be sure to sample some of the colors recommended by family, friends and showroom displays. Now is your chance to explore ideas that you have discussed and dreamed about.
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7. Does the pantry need any special features? It’s really only in the planning stage that you can incorporate special features that will become permanent but useful fixtures in your walk-in pantry. Special features could include pullout baskets for root vegetables, narrow cubbies for large platters, and spice or wine racks.