We added this pantry cabinet in a small nook off the kitchen. The lower cabinet doors have a wire mesh insert. Dutch doors lead to the backyard.
3. Capture the potential of a nearby nook. This open pantry stands in a nook that is just off — but still open to — the kitchen, and next to the home’s back door. The main kitchen cabinetry starts just to the right of the back door pictured here, as this floor plan shows. This off-the-main-path solution is a way to create an open pantry that doesn’t become a notable visual element of the main kitchen. Homeowners and their guests can see the pantry from most parts of the kitchen, but it still has - shelleymcewan