Bespoke Fulham pantry by Roundhouse in bespoke Urbo handleless matt lacquer kitchen in Farrow & Ball Skimming Stone and book matched horizontal Walnut veneer with Caesarstone quartz composite worktop and walnut breakfast bar.
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She has some advice on how to get the best out of your pantry. “Do an inventory of what you want to store in the larder and measure the tallest, widest, smallest and heaviest items to make sure everything has a place and is easily accessible,” she says. “Pull-out shelves or shallow drawers are ideal at the lower levels,” Odile continues, “especially if the cupboard is deep, so you don’t have to kneel down and reach for the items at the back.” She suggests that pull-outs above the worktop in a larder, where you may not be able to see inside them, are less practical, though. Instead, she advises shallower shelves in this position and adding a rack on the back of the door “for condiments, spices or – if you have enough cupboard depth – larger items such as pasta packets”.