Seasonal and rarely used things can be kept on high shelving. Keeping a cart for baking supplies, desserts or collecting dirty dishes means it can be wheeled in or out of the pantry for whenever you need it.
A pantry can also be part of your cabinetry if you don’t have a separate space for a pantry. Your kitchen design expert can work with you to maximize your pantry’s storage potential, regardless of its size.
3. Open Up Your Storage
Open storage works really well in kitchen and bath design, being both functional and aesthetic. It’s an excellent option for bringing personality to a remodel as it lets you display your favorite things. If you carefully curate what you store on your open shelving, then it opens up a space instead of looking cluttered. Arrange items in small groups in front of each other rather than in a line, creating depth. Larger pieces can be placed on their own. Choose containers that suit your style to contain clutter. Why not also use non-conventional items as storage containers, such as vases or jewelry boxes?
Some types of open storage, such as niche shelving, need to be considered at the planning stage of your remodel so walls can be constructed accordingly. Niche storage is good for a streamlined design, as your storage does not impact on the flow of traffic in the room.