Apologies if this has been discussed before. i am getting a walk in pantry as part of our renovation. Dimensions are 1200 x 2660. I don’t like open shelves. Is it weird to put cupboards with doors in a walk in pantry?
I don’t mind doors but will you have enough room to open them and still be able to bend over to access them.
Laundry room vs laundry cupboard?
Heat & steam damaging cupboard doors over cooktop.
Kitchen design advice sought
consider drawers for base cabinets with counters for standing large appliances ready for action and doors for wall cabinets with a shallow base cabinet and possible extra shallow in wall cabinets with doors but where is the entry door and is there a window (where and how big) and do you want a sink and dishwasher?
As said if you have enough room, then I suppose put doors. But, if you have a walk in pantry, with a door at the entrance, doesn't this do the same thing. Just close that door.If you have a area with high cabinets the length of the space, then install doors on all the cabinets.
It's your pantry you can put anything you like in it. No it's not weird. It's quite classy.
I think you have chosen Form over Function 1200 = 900 walk way and 300 cabinets.
You could use thin sliding doors on 300 deep cabinets similar to mid century kitchens with a circle cutout for finger pulls
Austere, great photos, but the area is only 1200 wide.
Thanks for your advice everyone. Much appreciated. You have given me some things to think about. : )
With a space that narrow you could go for the pull out pantries that sit behind a panel door. The look of a cupboard, the convenience of seeing everything at once. Or install cabinets that are shallower than usual. You do not need a 60 or 45cm deep cupboard when you are likely to be using it for tins and food stuffs. Standard depths were made to accomodate pots and plates. Not exactly what you will be storing in a panty.