It was super to see one of our designs featured in The i News recently, even though the title of the editorial was somewhat unexpected…
We were so thrilled to see the pantry cabinet from our Surbiton kitchen design used for the main image for this article and as a shining example of a picture perfect pantry.
Although we have to admit that the term ‘pantry porn’ is not one that gets thrown about often in client meetings, it’s true to say (as this article suggests) that pantries or pantry cabinets have become hugely popular in recent years and are almost always on our clients’ wish lists.
Whilst this feature suggests that it’s the ‘Downton Abbey’ effect that’s responsible for the rise in this trend, we’d be more inclined to suggest that it actually has more to do with the fact that having a pantry cabinet in the kitchen is so very useful. It’s a place to store all sorts from consumables to small appliances, cookware and crockery – to help you keep your kitchen bits and bobs in order and easy to get to when you need them.
And ok yes, they do look quite lovely too.
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A pretty practical pantry for a period home in Putney. #alltheps 🅿️🅿️🅿️🅿️🅿️⠀ .⠀ . To view more photos from this kitchen design project along with details of colours, materials and style choices, just click on the link in our bio, then select the ‘Putney Victorian House’ project from our kitchen portfolio. ⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #linkinbio #kitchenlove #kitcheninspo #greykitchen #kitchen #kitchens #kitchendesign #pantrycabinet #kitchencabinets #shakerkitchen #traditionalkitchen #shakerkitchens #shakercabinets #countrykitchen #shakerstyle #renovation #putney #london #kitchengoals #SW15 #instakitchen #victorianhome #londonhome
Make your #PantryGoals a Reality
If you’re in the process of planning for your kitchen renovation, view our kitchen portfolio and get in touch to speak with us about the space and – more importantly – your very own Instagram-able pantry.
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