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Having a standard kitchen that can accommodate all your needs is great and there is nothing quite as frustrating as a kitchen without a pantry. Imagine getting a new house that is all you’ve dreamed it will be and everything just seems perfect but one tiny but important aspect is missing: a pantry.
Sure, you could just mash up everything and leave them on your kitchen counter. However, that would just not do as your kitchen would be disorganized. It’s always good to have things in the right places.
1×2 x 8′ paint or stain grade lumber 2
1×4 x 8′ paint or stain grade lumber 3
2′ x 8′ x 1/4″ plywood 1
1/4″ shelf supports 40
1-1/2″ wood screws 12
1-1/4″ pocket hole screws 16
Small package No. 16 x 1″ wire nails 1
Well, this can be quite a challenge and managing space is a very difficult task but is the key to finding balance in arrangements.
You need to look around the kitchen and find a way to make it work for you. What if you have that space in your kitchen that doesn’t really serve many purposes and could be put to better use?
Be confident in your ability become a carpenter and get to work. Find a way to maintain the beauty of your kitchen and also infusing the pantry.
Of course, you might not be able to get something as grand as if the pantry was in the original structure and built into the house. However, you can definitely create something that will work well for you. You will be able to reduce the discomfort attached to having things all scattered around your kitchen.
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