Published at Wednesday, May 02nd, 2018 - 02:08:36 AM. Kitchen. By .
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If you have very limited kitchen storage space, you can free up room for a pantry in the main kitchen by using storage in nearby areas. For example, you could install a cabinet in the neighbouring dining area which you can use for flatware, glasses or serving ware. To make this idea functional, make sure you utilise your seperate storage space for rarely used items which you won’t miss if they’re not in this kitchen. Freeing up storage space in your small kitchen gives you more flexibility when it comes to installing a larger pantry.
When it comes to arranging the interior of your pantry, it’s all about convenience and easy access. If you have a narrow pantry which has a fair bit of depth, pull out drawers are a great idea as it means you can easily access all of the items at the back of the pantry without worrying about items getting forgotten. For a shallower pantry, you can opt for adjustable shelving for customisable height adjustment and to allow for easy storage of small appliances. You can also mix the two and have a combination of upper shelving and lower drawers.
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