Much like every other room in your home, when it comes to adding value to your kitchen, more is often better than less. More space and more storage will likely net thousands of dollars when it comes time to selling your house. But how does one store all those odd-shaped appliances and dozens of soup cans when your kitchen cabinets are already packed to the max?
The answer: create a walk-in pantry!
Below are five reasons why you should strongly consider a walk-in pantry, which is becoming a must for any kitchen these days.
It’s right there at the back of your kitchen cabinet. That appliance you hardly ever use is needed today but in order to get to it, you’ve got to knock over countless pots and pans that are in your way. Save yourself the anguish with a walk-in pantry and keep all those rarely used devices in one uncluttered spot.
In addition to appliances, with ceiling to floor shelving, you can store everything in their own designated areas. You no longer have to put cutting boards next to Tupperware or breakable glass bowls. Keep it all separate.
You’re pretty sure you have enough canned corn for this week but mixed in with the rest of all your dried goods, it turns out that you were short, causing you to go back to the grocery store for a second time. Save yourself the anguish with a walk-in pantry where you can clearly take stock of your inventory before making a grocery list.
- Reduced Kitchen Clutter
Wouldn’t it be nice if you didn’t have a giant Kitchen-Aid mixer taking up nearly a third of your counter top space? Put these things away with a walk-in pantry and make your kitchen counters great again!
If you’re one of those Extreme Coupon types, you know that in order to save the big bucks, you need to buy in bulk. But in order to do that, you need to space to store it. Eventually over time with a walk-in pantry, the project will pay for itself with all the money you’re saving.