A lack of kitchen pantry storage space can be an absolute nightmare for homeowners. That’s why walk-in pantries – regardless of size – are worth the investment. Whether you prefer bold and beautiful or soft and subtle, there are kitchen pantry ideas for everyone. Take a peek inside some of the dreamiest inspirations we’ve seen recently.
Pretty in Pink
We love that this eco-conscious Montreal home isn’t afraid of colour – especially the soft pastel pink hues of the glorious pantry. Don’t let the narrow size fool you – there’s plenty of storage in this well-designed nook. Take a full video tour of this colourful pantry makeover.
We’re obsessed with this heavenly farmhouse kitchen makeover, from the rustic wood beams to its overall spaciousness. But it’s the roomy walk-in pantry off to the side that we love most. Check out the next slide for a full peek inside. (Before budgeting for a reno, consider avoiding these kitchen renovations that real estate agents hate first).
If you’re looking to avoid upper cabinets in the kitchen, creating a walk-in pantry is a great work-around. You can have as many cabinets and open shelving as your heart desires without cluttering the main kitchen space. We also love the bonus wine rack that introduces a chic cantina vibe to the room. Take the full heavenly kitchen makeover tour here.
This roomy, pristine gem from Masters of Flip stars Dave and Kortney Wilson is a walk-in pantry dream. From the marble topped counter space to the plethora of storage options, these homeowners no doubt have more space than they even know what to do with. The perfectly placed window is a bonus, lending the pantry a bright and airy atmosphere. No stuffy closets here! Check out these wallpaper backsplashes that’ll transform your kitchen.
Back to Basics
This bold, black pantry boasts plenty of storage space in otherwise tight quarters. Not only great for storing non-perishables, walk-in pantries offer the opportunity to clear up counter space by storing appliances such as microwaves and stand mixers that are sometimes better left out of sight. Find more ways you can organize your kitchen like Marie Kondo.
Bright and Airy
A walk-in pantry, even if small in nature, can lighten the load of food items and appliances your kitchen would otherwise carry. This small, well-lit nook off to the side of the house leaves enough room to move around. For more organization inspiration, check out these items to toss from your kitchen – and ones to buy instead.
Counter space? Check. Open shelving? Check. Soothing palette? Check! This Masters of Flip walk-in pantry by co-hosts Dave and Kortney Wilson may not have a window, but what it lacks in natural light, it more than makes up for with its subtle hues and storage space. Spring cleaning got you feeling overwhelmed? Check out these ways to give your kitchen a deep clean without stressing you out.
OK, we cheated on this one: it’s not technically a walk-in pantry, but those sliding barn doors made of reclaimed wood? They were too hard to resist. No matter the pantry size, this gorgeous feature from the Property Brothers would be a genius addition to any kitchen space.
We love a walk-in pantry that is so discreet that it only truly reveals itself to a guest once the door has been opened. Stock your pantry with dry goods, non-perishable food items, oversized appliances and excess pots and pans to help keep your kitchen clean and clear. These all-natural kitchen cleaning solutions will save you time and money – we promise!