how to create a pantry in a small kitchen


how-to-create-a-pantry-in-a-small-kitchen how to create a pantry in a small kitchen

how to create a pantry in a small kitchen – A walk-in pantry recently rated a whopping 94 percent in importance for desirable amenities for a home. (National Assoc. of Homebuilders “Home of the Future” study Feb. 2007). So what’s the big deal with having a kitchen pantry all the sudden?

Thinking about adding a pantry for resell? It is a no-brainer! Even in the event that you refit a closet outside for pantry usage, you have to boast on your sale bill “has kitchen with pantry.” You automatically move to the front of the buyer’s list.

Think you don’t have space for a pantry? Think again. Product manufacturers have really stepped up to satisfy with the demand consumers have put in this market. You might not have the space for a walk in pantry, but your options are vast.

Contemplate pantry cabinet fittings. It is one of the simplest enhancements you can make for your kitchen. Same goes for upper cabinets. The selection for spice racks can create one’s head spin.

Thinking of new kitchen cabinets? You may have already been window shopping and viewed some contraptions that are almost just like a Swiss army knife. Take a 24″ deep pantry cupboard where the doorway itself may have storage, as it opens to reveal more racks that turn out to reveal even more shelf space from the trunk. These may be wire or wood rack systems. Due to the increased prevalence of this type of storage, even more kits or pantry shelving systems or components are being sold. The do-it-yourselfer can groom their own jumbo cabinet.

It is becoming more common to see 12″ units that pull out to see single-spaced items for easy site.

The closet market has made a cross-over to the pantry market. Buyer’s used to maintain the closet accessory aisle looking to outfit their cupboard, but the same shelving has been specialized and targeted to closet kitchen pantries.

This is one you didn’t think about: open pantries.

Don’t overlook the walk-in pantry, which remains king. These accessories are an enormous attraction in this arena: pop-can storage, water bottle stacking racks, behind-the-door racks, baskets, vegetable bins, corner racks, pantry towers and the list goes on.

Can I say a pantry saves you cash? Actually, in three manners:

1) It allows the homeowner to buy food in bulk when prices are low

2) A well-organized pantry allows you to see your resources and use them sensibly

3) A walk in pantry requires a lesser-investment in kitchen cabinets for both a new kitchen layout, or when remodeling is required