Home » Commercial Offices » Walk In Pantry Design Ideas

Walk In Pantry Design Ideas

Uploaded by sandy under Commercial Offices [368 views ]
Walk In Pantry Design Ideas

Walk-In Pantry Design Ideas

What is the secret to an impeccable kitchen? With a little help, the answer lies behind the scenes. As our homes have become more open, our kitchens are integrating into our living and dining spaces, which means our kitchens are more and more on display and on display. While this is great for creating a sense of connection, not so great if you’re a messy cook or can’t clean up immediately after every meal or prep time. If you don’t want to spend yours on keeping your kitchen spotless, a walk-in pantry is a great option.

This little buster is a chef’s best friend and an artist’s dream. They can be used to prepare food, store utensils, and most importantly, hide clutter – especially during dinner! Read on for tips on how to create a practical and workspace which, in turn, helps keep your kitchen cluttered. Think about how much space you can allocate for the pantry, as this will dictate the overall design – either straight, L-shaped, or U-shaped.

Walk In Pantry Design Ideas

Walk-In Pantry Design Ideas


Ideally, the pantry should be a natural addition to the bedroom. cooked. As a general rule, allow a minimum of 600mm for tabletops and 300mm for storage shelves. The width of the walkway should be at least 1000 mm (ideally 1100-1200 mm if space allows). If you want the room to contain a refrigerator, sink, or microwave, allow a space of approximately 2.4mx 3m. If your pantry is open enough, it is important to keep the surfaces similar to the main kitchen.

However, if your walk-in pantry isn’t fully open and exposed, then if you need to cut costs, go for less expensive materials. Instead of using the same materials as your main kitchen (eg stone or marble), choose a cheaper option like a laminate countertop at a fraction of the cost. Laminates can be closely matched with the color of your main bench for a seamless look. Open shelves above cabinets will also put extra strain on your budget. If you want cabinetry, consider melamine doors, which are cheaper than laminate, polyurethane, or wood veneer. The key to a successful pantry is that you walk in, take a look, and quickly get what you need. Consider moving your shelves to the ceiling for more storage space

This image is provided only for personal use. If you found any images copyrighted to yours, please contact us and we will remove it. We don't intend to display any copyright protected images.

Hello world!

Best Home Office Design...

Bank Design Ideas

Pantry Design Ideas

Interior Design Ideas for...

Market Design Ideas

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *