Western EleganceAmerican Southwest Kitchen, San Luis Obispo

This Montana inspired kitchen was designed to reflect the homeowners' love of the great outdoors. Earthy wood tones and majestic granite complement the western decor of their home. Cherry cabinets have a western style door and rugged oil rubbed bronze handles.
Two structural changes were made. First, a tray ceiling was created to increase the height of the kitchen. Next, the kitchen was opened up completely to the family room by removing a doorway and partial wall. The end of the peninsula curves around to invite everyone into the family room.
The apothecary drawers (left of the dishwasher) add a rustic western charm. But the highlight of this kitchen is the custom built large pantry. A granite work surface within the pantry complete with electrical outlets allows the homeowner to use small appliances right where they located and stored. Upper shelves allow the homeowners to easily see their large and small pantry items along with generously sized spice racks on each door. Plenty of drawers and a second food pantry provide the needed storage for this active family.

Design ideas for a large galley kitchen pantry in San Luis Obispo with an undermount sink, recessed-panel cabinets, medium wood cabinets, granite benchtops, white splashback, subway tile splashback, stainless steel appliances, porcelain floors, a peninsula and beige floor. —  Houzz
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laura_antolak
Laura Antolak added this to Kitchen30 July 2020

nice for appliances bread machine and mixer....maybe coffee too?

colomac
Elaina McArthur added this to CCN Kitchen16 July 2020

cabinet pantry with spice racks in the doors

roseparade
roseparade added this to kitchen re-vamp6 May 2020

Outlets also in broom closet and top drawer

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