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Cath wrote:May 16, 2013
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    Blue Star Music

    Me too what is the measurement please!

Judy Davies wrote:Feb 19, 2014
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    Magdalena Bogart Interiors

    Fabulous pantry. I guess one needs at least 24" depth, correct?

  • ksenka1
    Been answered on 7/21/13
    It's 40"Dx9'Wx 96"H
nnnnm nnmm wrote:Jul 20, 2013
  • Marsha Atterberry
    We are buying a new home under construction, the plans call for a 12’ x 3’ deep x 96”h pantry.. only problem is they did not think it through. The opening is at one end and just an actually narrow doorway!
    We are going to change the configuration after we move in.
    My question is, given the configuration and wanting a similar pantry as pictured, with pocket doors, what would work without losing space on the ends. It is too narrow with shelving to walk into obviously. How much space is needed to be useful?? And, how big could the pocket door be without being in the way??
    I appreciate any help, thank you!
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    Marie Newton, Closets Redefined

    First of all if your home is under construction, change it before you move in, if possible, its cheaper in the end. You want the pocket door (or french if there is room, or a barn door) to be centered if possible (don't know what else is within the pantry surroundings) on the long wall. the depth of 3" is fine, its the doorway that will be critical for your space layout.

1rachel wrote:Feb 20, 2012
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    W. David Seidel, AIA - Architect
    I would use gypsum drywall for finishing. RC channels only work where there is a min. 9 cm cavity behind it, walls or ceilings. best, --david
  • adelka
    Dear David, thank you very much for your kind reply, with best wishes Denise
cfairman wrote:Feb 8, 2012
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    Marie, this is Carol, not Joseph from Beacon Hill. I asked you if the closet above could have a reduced footprint and you said it could and asked where I lived. I am the one who replied, "near Chapel Hill, NC."
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    Marie Newton, Closets Redefined
    Sorry, IF you would like a design with a reduced footprint, I can help you with that just email me your information or call.
cbalacco wrote:Feb 19, 2013
jennisp wrote:Feb 13, 2013
  • elisha312
    Marie, I LOVE this pantry. If I can't have a walk-in this would be the next best thing. I'm in the Midwest and wondering if the shelving was custom made to fit the space and how I would go about getting one of these in our new house?
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    Marie Newton, Closets Redefined
    You could call a custom closet company in your area.
06071955 wrote:Jan 17, 2013
  • Evelyn Echols
    I'm in the planning stages for a kitchen gut-job makeover. Love this pantry, but my space is different. Are there components I could buy and reconfigure to fit?
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    Marie Newton, Closets Redefined
    again, contact local custom closet company.
Lisa Morgan wrote:Oct 14, 2014
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    amanda, try are called pocket doors and the railing is at doors top. so you don't need grooves on the floor.
  • James Miller
    Sort Closing Pocket Door.
ctwindham wrote:Feb 2, 2013
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cookincrazy wrote:Mar 1, 2012
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    Marie Newton, Closets Redefined
    Hi Joseph,
    Thank you for your compiments. My company provides the installs of my products.
    Look forward ot hearing from you when you are ready.
  • flyfishinglin
    i like it too.already get one.thanks
jewel9679 wrote:Feb 14, 2012
  • kacurthoys
    It 's not just the beautiful color, it's also the grain. It looks like quartersawn oak, which is classic but a challenge to find. If anyone knows a good supplier in the DC area, please clue me in!
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    Oak & Broad

    I agree. It looks like Quarter Sawn Oak. Here is a helpful grain diagram explaining this very unique grain pattern.

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lsgoldrich wrote:Feb 22, 2013
James Nichols wrote:Dec 28, 2012
  • James Nichols
    Ah, makes perfect sense! Is there another vertical partition between the end of the shelves and the wall that the pocket door is in then?
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    Marie Newton, Closets Redefined
    yes, there is a side partition as well.
jenchew1 wrote:Apr 20, 2012
  • mcin

    Would love to purchase the baskets, is that possible? Need sizes

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    Marie Newton, Closets Redefined

    Baskets are no longer available, sorry.

chartney wrote:Mar 8, 2011
  • chartney
    Great - thanks!
  • cadsaxl
    Wall looks just like Benjamin Moore Linen White to me
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Judith Hollister wrote:Jan 31, 2013
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    Marie Newton, Closets Redefined
    The dimensions are 42"Dx8'Wx9'H. The design can be scaled to your personal space.
  • Judith Hollister
    Thank you for the information. My son is a contractor and can use this information. I appreciate your response.
bonks1225 wrote:Dec 15, 2012
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    Marie Newton, Closets Redefined
    The size of the pantry is about 8'Wx40"Deep, the cost is around $5500. and the lead time is 3-4 weeks. I have an electrician I would recommend if you do not have one.
  • jsciss
    What kind of lighting is in this pantry? This has been my basis for the design of my own pantry.
Patronia Castle wrote:Jul 13, 2012
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    Carolyn Albert-Kincl, ASID
    No, kitchen and dining room don't have to be the same color. Even if they're connected, you can paint an accent wall in your dining room. Or consider a broad, vertical accent stripe, say 6 feet wide running up wall behind dining table. Think bold, such as black or lime or turquoise. Could be interesting!
    Carolyn Albert-Kincl, ASID
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    Carolyn Albert-Kincl Design is right. Here is an example where wallpaper is used in the dining room, but the wall color in the kitchen relates to the wallpaper.

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Jean's Interiors wrote:Feb 8, 2012
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    Marie Newton, Closets Redefined
    The are part of a line that I carry for my closet business.
    Where are you located?
  • inakenyon
    Just saw similar basket drawers on clearance at Lowe's. Rubbermaid brand.
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vkalyk wrote:Feb 18, 2012
  • Emily H
    Hi there, This is indeed a popular picture. You may have some luck going to the photo page and using the links on the left side to filter the photos you are seeing, just for a little variety. You can sort by style, space, popularity, etc.

    Hope that helps!
trybal wrote:Feb 12, 2012
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    Marie Newton, Closets Redefined
    If you could send a photo to best understand the shape of your pantry is, that would be most helpful. As you are looking into the pantry (though you single door, what does the back wall measure, and what is the ceiling height? If that back wall slopes, what are the height differences from left ot right? How deep are the side walls? Do the same for sdie walls as the back.
maremare1 wrote:Jan 26, 2012
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    I don't see any retail locations in Clearwater listed on their website, but you can order straight from them. They will even send you samples.
mlmorton wrote:Jan 26, 2012
  • bepsf
    These are custom builtins
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bschirott wrote:Jul 5, 2011
  • cotk8305
    Hi. I am an interior decorator and this looks like "GUNSTOCK" to me. I've used it often to great effect. Very warm and aged look. Good Luck!
marybethf wrote:Feb 11, 2011
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    1.) Go through and purge/throw out old, outdated food.

    2.) Sort food by boxed and canned foods in separate areas of the pantry.

    3.) Consider using stacking plastic organizers and label with contents. Use these for cereals, crackers, spaghetti and dried goods

    4.) Keep heavy items like bottled water, cans and small appliances on the bottom of the pantry for easy access.
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                                                            Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to Where to Carve Out More Pantry StorageNov 18, 2017

                                                            Rather than adding an actual cabinet, you can convert a closet into a pantry by adding a variety of shelves or drawers to allow for storage of smaller items. Baskets are useful for storing some items, but for frequently accessed goods and tools, investing in a few proper drawers will give better functionality.Find kitchen drawer organizers

                                                            Karen Egly-Thompson added this to 13 Popular Kitchen Storage Ideas and What They CostSep 25, 2014

                                                            9. Walk-in pantry. A kitchen with a walk-in pantry gets high marks on most folks’ dream lists. You just need to have the room. In lieu of a true walk-in, some kitchens have a closet that’s often poorly designed with scores of fixed shelves that don’t fit larger items, while space is wasted by disorganized smaller items. A professional closet designer or kitchen designer can help optimize your storage capacity and flexibility if you’re redoing or adding a pantry during a kitchen remodel.The stunning pantry in this longtime popular photo on Houzz features a bevy of built-ins and pullout baskets, overhead lighting and an electrical outlet for small appliances. Generously sized at about 40 inches deep and 108 inches wide, the pantry can be closed off from the kitchen with the aid of two pocket doors. Cost: Designer Marie Newton of Closets Redefined says the cost of this large pantry project totaled about $5,500.See 11 ways to wake up a walk-in pantry

                                                            Alison Hodgson added this to Got a Disastrously Messy Area? Try TriageFeb 24, 2014

                                                            Lower your standards. We Houzzers love our pretty pictures, and there is a tender ache reserved for beautifully organized spaces. Show me a pantry with containers neatly labeled, and you have my heart. The day my house burned down, seemingly out of nowhere my arm shot in the air, and I shouted, “We’re getting a walk-in pantry!” Everyone attributed that to shock, but I was absolutely clear, and today I do have a walk-in pantry with shelves floor to ceiling. I love it. Is it swoonworthy? No. Does it store a ton of food, extra serving pieces, cleaning supplies and small appliances? Definitely, and it’s organized enough.

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