2017 New Home Trends - Walk In Pantry Ideas
It's important to have enough storage in the kitchen. Below are photos of walk in, oversized, and multi-location kitchen pantries.
Walk In Pantry Kitchen Design Idea #1 - Hallway
Take advantage of an available hallway, and add an extended depth, extra wide pantry.
- Behind door pictured
- Through the hallway to the laundry room (see the built in shelves past the wall oven?)
- In the form of a butler's pantry (located in the hallway to the formal dining room)
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Walk In Pantry Kitchen Design Idea #2 - U Shaped Walk in Pantry
This floor plan includes an oversized walk in pantry tucked between the kitchen and laundry walls.
Inside, there's wrap around shelving with plenty of storage space for the kitchen.
Get a sense of the pantry size, in the floor plan view:
The hidden pantry doesn't detract from the open "L" shaped eating bar/island.
- Click here for photos of The Mastrosimone.
- The Coventry offers a very similar pantry style, in a slightly smaller home (2807 sq ft, Main Floor Master).
Walk In Pantry Kitchen Design Idea #3 - Hidden Room
The "hidden" walk in pantry is located between the garage and dining room.
The pantry door blends with the arched opening to the dining room.
Walk In Pantry Design Idea #4 - Under the Stairs
An "under the stairs" location can allow the architect to really maximize the pantry space - in some cases creating a walk in pantry that's six to eight feet deep.
This staircase, behind the kitchen, wraps around above the pantry:
Walk In Pantry Idea #5 - Convert the Laundry Room
For this home, a standard pantry just wouldn't do.
The Laundry Room was originally next to the Kitchen. We designed a "Home Hub", moved the appliances there, and converted the entire former Laundry Room into a huge walk in pantry.
And here's the "home hub":
This gorgeous kitchen is ready for anything - with a pantry that can handle it all.
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