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Can Storage Rack
If you buy canned goods in bulk, investing in a can rack will make your pantry much tidier. By storing cans on their sides, you can easily grab what you need while the next-in-line can rolls to the front. Home storage company Atlantic makes canned food racks in many different shapes and sizes, such as the Three Shelf Can Rack shown here.
Kay notes that the pantry doors allow the homeowners to hide large appliances, along with dishware and kitchen gadgets. The pantry's minimalist hardware from Mathew Quinn maintains the kitchen's clean lines. Keeping trays obove the dual Wolf ovens is another clever storage solution.
Kate bought this Chaddock Home cabinet on the spot at High Point Market and a surprise was waiting inside: House of Harris wallpaper — an exotic touch that adds character to the otherwise neutral piece. Most-importantly the wallpaper design features majestic felines, which, of course, pay homage to the cottage’s subtle lion-theme.
The chef kitchen in this colonial estate features a separate room for cookware storage. This neutral space is outfitted with floor-to-ceiling cabinets with glass doors for easy organization. An oversized window with a sheer white treatment brightens up the narrow room.
New slate flooring topped with a traditional runner gives way to a kitchen and breakfast room featuring heart pine that was original to this 19th-century Alabama home. Crisp white paint on the walls and ceilings offers a clean backdrop for vintage ceramic collections and gleaming metallic fixtures.
Wish you had a better solution for the dead-end space in the corner of your pantry? Lazy Susans to the rescue! This do-it-yourself pantry organization project by Emily Allison of Decorchick has us spinning with pantry envy. The circular discs are mounted to existing shelves to transform every inch into usable space.
This pantry holds a convenient coffee nook with bins for supplies and open shelving storing mugs and bowls. Small kitchen appliances also live here, opening up more countertop space in the main kitchen.
With sliding pantry shelves, gone are the days of shuffling food to reach the one ingredient you need at the back of the pantry. These gliding shelves from the ShelfGenie Classic Series are made of eco-friendly Baltic birch wood and can hold up to 100 pounds when fully extended.
As seen on Home Town, the Burks residence has been fully renovated by hosts Ben and Erin Napier. After renovations, the existing pantry doors were replaced with new doors with glass panels to fit the style of the house as well as open up the space even more. The lighting in the pantry adds to the decor of the room.
Usually found in commercial kitchens to house everything from bulk foods to appliances, the InterMetro Kitchen Shelves from The Container Store will lend an industrial appeal to your pantry. Whether you store these steel shelves inside a closet or out, you'll have plenty of space for all your pantry staples. Each shelf supports up to 300 pounds and is adjustable.
This professionally designed and decorated home features customized cabinets and pantries for easy, convenient access to everything a gourmet cook needs. The kitchen also includes a Sub-Zero refrigerator, wine cooler/refrigerator, oven/range and microwave.