Pantry Design Ideas

Kitchen storage is at the top of the list for most homeowners when they think about remodeling or updating a kitchen. A well-organized pantry is one of the best solutions for storing canned and dry foods, pots and pans, dishes and other kitchen essentials. We design and build pantries with built-in cabinets, stand-alone shelving and pullout units.

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  • New white Shaker style maple cabinets brought up to the ceiling to create additional storage blend with a refurbished butler’s pantry cabinet that was original to the home. Removing a wall between the kitchen and service area created space for more cabinets including base cabinets that serves as a work area for baking.
    New white Shaker style maple cabinets brought up to the ceiling to create additional storage blend with a refurbished butler’s pantry cabinet that was original to the home. Removing a wall between the kitchen and service area created space for more cabinets including base cabinets that serves as a work area for baking.
  • Holiday dishes, small appliances, paper supplies and large pots and pans are stored in floor to ceiling cabinets in the pantry area in the back of the kitchen. Pet supplies are also located in this space.
    Holiday dishes, small appliances, paper supplies and large pots and pans are stored in floor to ceiling cabinets in the pantry area in the back of the kitchen. Pet supplies are also located in this space.
  • White open shelf pantry storage.
    White open shelf pantry storage.
  • This pullout food pantry helps organize supplies and keeps them at the cooks’ fingertips.
    This pullout food pantry helps organize supplies and keeps them at the cooks’ fingertips.
  • The homeowners enjoy cooking and are able to store supplies in a functional chef’s pantry cabinet that keeps items organized and accessible.
    The homeowners enjoy cooking and are able to store supplies in a functional chef’s pantry cabinet that keeps items organized and accessible.