The kitchen is arguably the most important room in your home. It’s the place where you prepare and serve meals, eat in, and where many people spend most of their time during the day. Given its importance, it’s no wonder that so many people spend a lot of time and effort designing their kitchens to be aesthetically pleasing, functional, and most importantly, useful!
If this is you, and you tend to spend the most of your day-today routine in your kitchen, you're likely looking for ways to make the most of your space. These 6 walk-in larders and pantries are inspiring examples of beautiful yet practical kitchen design you can use to inform your own kitchen design ideas. So let's dive in on how they can serve your space and give you lots of organisation.
What is the purpose of a walk-in pantry? A walk-in pantry is a storage space that can be used for anything from groceries to tools. Its purpose is the same as a larder, but generally a walk in pantry is larger and more often found in newer homes.
Creating your own unique storage space The first step is deciding if you want a pantry, larder, or both. A larder is typically a large walk-in closet that can store dry goods such as sugar, flour, pasta, cereal, and other nonperishables. A pantry is usually smaller but still offers ample storage for canned goods such as vegetables and fruit. Next comes creating the design plan.
Design plan for max organisation Most kitchens have a designated area for pots, pans and utensils. But if you're looking to use up some space in your kitchen, installing a walk-in pantry with shelving or a larder on the wall will really help you maximise your day-to-day organisation. You'll be surprised at how much you can store there. In addition, having these items out of sight will save you time in the morning when getting ready for work because they won't need to be searched through every day.
6 examples of walk-in pantries and larders
1. Small but might
2. Packed with multi-sized organisation
3. Incorporated in your cabinetry
4. The standout piece of your kitchen
5. For big families who need a lot of organisation
6. Full body for high ceilings
Walk-in pantries and larders are a kitchen design trend that is becoming more and more common for homeowners. Specially for those who want an easier way to store all the food they need on hand.
Hopefully, these 6 examples of walk-in larders can show you how these design features can add functionality to your space. Plus some inspiration for the variety of designs you can have for these elements. Whether for family or entertaining guests, larders and pantries are always a smart- and stylish- design detail to add to your kitchen!
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