Traditional kitchen pantry storage cabinet place appliances, cabinets and a washbasin on two opposite lengths of the wall. This type of kitchen is narrow, long and dark, offers a little aesthetic appeal. And only the convenience of the closest team to the chef. The art of designing and decorating these spaces is to find ways to lighten and brighten spaces while adding more comfort and storage possibilities.
Medium-to-dark-colored cabinets will make a small space even smaller. Light color palettes are used throughout the kitchen, including floors, ceilings, walls, countertops and appliances. Opening a galley kitchen so it looks wider and brighter. Color can be return to the room with accents and statement pieces-art, accessories and flowers are easy and inexpensive ways to introduce a certain personality.
Look up the pantry kitchens that are adjacent to other rooms by cutting a pass-through in the connecting wall. This idea works well along a wall with open desk space. And no appliances during the opening. The opening can be an extension of the countertop or rises over the countertop to create a bar-height dining area (bar height can be anywhere between 36 and 48 inches). Using a full height opening (no freezers above) creates spaciousness and allows for more light into the pantry area.