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A kitchen pantry may seem like a modern day convenience but they have quite a long evolution of usage and design that still inspires many of today’s kitchens and dining rooms. So, what is a kitchen pantry?
A kitchen pantry is typically a room or a cabinet located in or near the kitchen, which is used to store canned goods, dry goods, and other items, such as tableware or cleaning supplies. Traditionally, pantries were separate rooms from the kitchen and meant for food storage and some preparation. Over time, kitchen pantries have typically lost their role as a preparation space and have been integrated as a cabinet or a small room off the kitchen for storage purposes.
If you’re building a new home or renovating the one you're in, you may be considering installing a kitchen pantry for some extra storage. But there are a few things you may want to consider before deciding between a pantry cabinet and a walk in pantry: