Balaclava HouseContemporary Kitchen, Melbourne

Photo of a mid-sized contemporary kitchen pantry in Melbourne with open cabinets and light wood cabinets. —  Houzz
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susanredmanryan
Susan Redman added this to Planning a Pantry? 9 Questions to Ask to Bypass Blunders7 May 2015

4. What budget materials can be used to get a designer look?A walk-in pantry doesn’t need to be fancy (it is, afterall, behind a door and not on view), but nonetheless the shelves and cabinets should be made of a sturdy material with a finish that complements the rest of the kitchen. Solid, polished timber shelves or powder-coated metal racks are attractive options, however a cheaper alternative is engineered wood. Ply is one of the best low-cost engineered woods available. It is extremely strong and looks very contemporary, especially when it is left in its raw state or given a light stain.

grace_chamia
Grace Chamia added this to Houzz Tour: Edwardian Home Upsizes With Inside-Outside Living in Mind10 Dec 2014

Tucked in a corner nook is the butler’s pantry, which helps conceal everything else. Look up and you’ll notice the slant in the ceiling – that’s because this smart set-up utilises the awkward space under the stairs.

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donnawht8
Ann Irwin added this to Kitchen22 Nov 2019

Pantry plywood shelving - raw or slightly

friesiangirl
friesiangirl added this to Kitchen - Scullery/Pantry9 Sep 2019

What budget materials can be used to get a designer look? A walk-in pantry doesn’t need to be fancy (it is, afterall, behind a door and not on view), but nonetheless the shelves and cabinets should be made of a sturdy material with a finish that complements the rest of the kitchen. Solid, polished timber shelves or powder-coated metal racks are attractive options, however a cheaper alternative is engineered wood. Ply is one of the best low-cost engineered woods available. It is extremely strong and looks very contemporary, especially when it is left in its raw state or given a light stain.

krugerann56
Ann Kruger added this to krugerann56's ideas23 Aug 2019

Much as I detest plastic anything, I really like the handled baskets for smaller items. Easy to reach, grab what you need and put back.

susan_yeley
Susan Yeley Homes added this to SYI: 68723 Aug 2019

pantry thoughts (showing microwave); amy: I think we need the microwave in the main part of kitchen. SY: check.

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You Mile added this to My ideas2 Jul 2019

Garde-manger parfait tout est bien disposé

carlyn_dixon
Carlyn Dixon added this to The farm19 Jun 2019

A walk-in pantry doesn’t need to be fancy (it is, afterall, behind a door and not on view), but nonetheless the shelves and cabinets should be made of a sturdy material with a finish that complements the rest of the kitchen. Solid, polished timber shelves or powder-coated metal racks are attractive options, however a cheaper alternative is engineered wood. Ply is one of the best low-cost engineered woods available. It is extremely strong and looks very contemporary, especially when it is left in its raw state or given a light stain.

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