Ascot Vale HouseContemporary Kitchen, Melbourne

Rory Gardiner

Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary u-shaped eat-in kitchen in Melbourne with medium wood cabinets, quartz benchtops, white splashback, stainless steel appliances and with island. —  Houzz
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Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Store Food to Keep it Fresh?27 May 2018

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Deirdre Avenell added this to Walk-In vs Cabinet Pantries: What Will Work Best in Your Kitchen?8 October 2017

Pro: Storage is more accessibleHaving your pantry smack dab in the middle of your kitchen will cut down on the time you spend walking to and from your pantry. Placing it next to your refrigerator and across from your oven will create hyper-efficient workstations.Inside features can also increase your cabinet pantry’s accessibility. Pull-out drawers, for instance, allow you to see every snack and ingredient at once, which reduces the amount of time you’ll spend rummaging. They’re easy on your back too.

Georgia Madden added this to Pro Panel: The 8 Biggest Kitchen Blunders19 July 2017

2. Blunder: Settling for inferior hardwareGood-quality accessories and hardware, such as pull-out corner units, drawer dividers, soft-close runners and door hinges, often get excluded from kitchen designs due to budget constraints. But this can be a false economy in the long run as features like these can make a big difference to your kitchen, boosting its storage potential, and making the space far more pleasant to use.

Melanie Gardener added this to 13 Key Elements for a Successful Christmas Kitchen6 November 2016

9. A well-organised pantry There’s a reason most commercial kitchens have ingredients on open shelving and close to hand: it’s because when you’re cooking large meals and needing to be quick and efficient with your time, you don’t want to be opening and closing doors and drawers to get at what you need. Get in early and organise your pantry to make Christmas cooking so much less stressful, and use labels and clear containers to help you find what you need when you’re in a hurry.Questions to ask when planning a pantry

What Houzzers are commenting on:

alba Hastings added this to Kitchen & appliances18 September 2020

another take on corner cupboard

Kris added this to My ideas15 July 2020

Love that a utility room or pantry was created under the stairs!

Amanda Hooper added this to greyfiver's ideas12 June 2020

open shelf unit idea for under stairs

Julie Nguyen added this to Idées de Julie3 May 2020

garde manger ouvert le fond noir qui s’accorde au sol, les étagères du même bois que la cuisine et les boîtes et casiers pour tout ranger rationnellement.

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