Farmhouse KitchenCountry Kitchen, Houston
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Con: They can require more upkeepUnfortunately, a highly organised pantry comes at a price. You know the drill: more space plus more shelves equals more to keep clean and tidy. It takes time and effort to dust off dirty surfaces and declutter shelves. If you’re looking to cut back on your weekly to-do list, you may prefer a cabinet pantry with less storage and less upkeep.
3. Best beforeIn every pantry there will be food items that have gone past their best-before or expiry date. Sometimes it’s because they’re rarely used items, other times we forgot we even had the sweet soy sauce in the back of the cupboard and it has simply expired.
9. A walk-in pantryNot every city kitchen will have room for a pantry this large, but if you want to embrace the essence of country style in your kitchen, a walk-in pantry is a must-have inclusion. As seen here, it’s even more on-trend when it’s accessorised with matching storage baskets and glass canisters. When we see such an array of fresh produce and pantry basics, it reminds us of a time when almost everything was made from scratch in a traditional setting.
13. Tall pantry with ladderThis photo shows a tall food pantry that maximises space by going vertical. A library ladder ensures that the shelves are reachable, while cute linen-lined baskets and a rustic brick floor reinforce the kitchen’s farmhouse feel.