If you are looking for a way to organise your kitchen and pantry, installing tall pantry cupboards is the best solution. It will not only give you more storage space, but it will free up counter space as well. There are many different types of cabinets available on the market today, so be sure to do some research before making a purchase.
The following are some quick guidelines that should help you get started:
1) Use Step Stools:
The use of a tall pantry cupboard in a kitchen may cause certain members of the family to feel left out if the height is more. You can purchase a step stool to use in your kitchen, and that would be quite helpful. A mobile ladder, on the other hand, may be used if you truly want to offer accessibility in a fashionable manner.
2) Modest Planning:
The idea of dedicating a whole wall to cabinets might be confusing, but you can start by simply installing a tall pantry cupboard that extends from floor to ceiling in your kitchen. An inside closet design may provide you with additional storage space for cleaning materials. Alternatively, you may put in shelves for pantry goods. Another option is to install cabinets that go all the way up to the ceiling on each side of a work area. This central space may be equipped with a gas stove and hood, or it could be used as a prep area with a sink and countertop.
3) Plan Appliance Placements:
Tall pantry cupboards are also excellent for simplifying the overall appearance of your kitchen space. On a wall of cabinets, you might have a microwave, and a refrigerator, all organised such that they fit together. Now, the majority of individuals use a microwave at least once or twice a week. And tall pantry cupboards provide more than simply more storage space. Your whole appliances such as microwaves may be hidden away behind closed cabinet doors, allowing you to relax in a sophisticated atmosphere that is always available to fulfil late-night desires.
4) Natural Light Is Not Obstructed:
Perhaps a wall of cabinets might obstruct part of the natural light coming into your kitchen from one end. Alternatively, you may wish to tear down a wall to provide more room, but doing so would necessitate the installation of cabinets right in front of a window. Fortunately, with a little imagination, these difficulties may be easily overcome. You may alter the appearance of the last cabinet, which is separated from the others by a window. Instead of a locked cabinet, you may utilise open shelves to display your collection. This would allow for more light to enter the room around the corner.
Tall pantry cupboards are a great solution for maximising storage space in your kitchen. However, the installation process is not as simple as installing a regular cabinet because you have to consider how much weight it can hold and where that will be distributed on the wall. If you’re thinking about getting one installed but don’t know what considerations need to be made before doing so, contact Stackhaus at 1300 062 062. We’ll gladly give you all of the information necessary to make an informed decision and ensure your tall pantry cupboard looks amazing once it’s up!