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Walk-In Pantries vs. Cabinet Pantries

Sam Ferris
Publication date:
November 20, 2022
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Walk-In Pantries vs. Cabinet Pantries

The pros and cons of a walk-in or cabinet pantry when building a new home or redesigning an existing kitchen are discussed. Walk-in pantries have more storage capacity and are big enough to store dozens of ingredients, cookbooks, snacks, pots, pans, medium to large cooking appliances and more. Con: Storage is more spread out and larger isn't always better. Pro: They can be better organized. Cabinet pantries aren't inefficient by any means, but walk-in pantries let you get a little more creative with your organization techniques.

The most important details in this text are the pros and cons of a walk-in pantry. Pros: They can store bigger appliances with ease. Cons: They take up a lot of space. Pros: They can store larger appliances like microwaves, slow cookers, juicers and deep fryers, freeing up kitchen counter space and ensuring they’re ready to grab when you need them. Cons: They require a lot of space to be functional and efficient.


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Sam Ferris
Walk-In Pantries vs. Cabinet Pantries
November 20, 2022
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