Custom Pantry Cabinets
When you have a lack of storage, areas that are used multiple times a day can become chaotic. Including custom cabinets around your home can make your home much more enjoyable. Designing a pantry with cabinets and shelving can help you keep your cooking appliances, food, ingredients, and cookbooks tidy.
Whether your pantry space is a reach-in, walk-in, or large walk-in, we can create storage options for you. Large or small pantries can always benefit from improved storage from Rasmussen Custom Cabinetry.
Storage Options For Your Pantry
Cabinets and shelving can help you have a blank organizing slate to start with, but there are still some aspects of organizing that you will have to work on yourself. Having a place to store the items is just the start of transforming your pantry.
One of the easiest ways to organize your pantry is to sort ingredients, or food by category. Putting pasta altogether, making bins for snacks, putting all can goods in one cabinet, or organizing by seasonality can help you easily locate an item. You can use organization containers like lazy susans, air-tight containers, or utensil organizers to make your cabinets even easier to sort through.
Rasmussen Custom Cabinetry can mix open shelving, cabinets, and drawers so that your pantry is eclectic and functional. Open shelving will help to display clear and aesthetically pleasing items out in the open while hiding other appliances or kitchen items away inside cabinets and drawers.
Not all food, snacks, or miscellaneous kitchen items are best stored in cabinets. Drawers and shelves are just as convenient to help keep a kitchen tidy.
Another organization hack is to label everything clearly. Having a label on everything, especially if you have taken everything out of its original packaging, will make it easier to spot the ingredients you need. Even if you are just looking for a midnight snack, labels will make it easier to feed your hunger.
The back of your pantry doors and the back of your cabinet doors can be used to store even more items. Door hangers or command strip storage options will help keep your pantry storage more efficient and free up shelf space.
How Cabinets Aid In Organization
Quality-built pantry cabinets will help keep multiple items organized and hidden from view. Rasmussen Custom Cabinetry can install cabinets of all sizes that can hold different ingredients and storage containers.
Cabinets can hold those extras or “non-aesthetic” items and make your pantry look beautiful. Our options for wood and colors can help extend the stunning design of your kitchen while keeping it tidy. Wood cabinets help your home feel professional without too much of a hassle. Make the best use of your space by having our designers work on your cabinet design and make different lengths and widths to maximize every inch.
A well-designed set of cabinets will be able to adapt with you, resist warping or damage, and protect your food. Give yourself peace of mind and a clearer food preparation space when you work with our storage experts.
Common Pantry Cabinet Styles
If you are unsure what door type to choose for your pantry cabinets, Rasmussen Custom Cabinetry has multiple options for you to choose from.
Some common styles of cabinet doors are included below.
Flat panel doors: These doors have a frame but the center panel is flat. They have a clean appearance that helps the pantry feel sleek. This makes your pantry versatile and timeless.
Shaker cabinets: Shaker doors are classic and will be timeless for many many years. These have a recessed panel and can be crafted in any wood type. They also look great with multiple design styles and match well with types of hardware.
Raised panels: Similar to flat panel doors, they have a frame but the center panel is raised. Slab cabinets are most commonly used for homes with traditionally styled kitchens. Raised panels don’t stick out from your cabinets though, so you can have peace of mind about how they will look in your pantry.
Doors with glass panels: These cabinets are framed with wood and have a space for stained glass, frosted glass, or clear glass to be inserted into this space. This gives your home a more elegant look and clear glass will allow you to see into the cabinet without opening it.