Saturday March 28, 2020

Interiors: Pantries brought in from the cold

For those with the space, a walk-in cupboard is the latest must-have addition to the kitchen, writes Margaret O'Brien.

16th March, 2014
A Suffolk Larder by Deanery Furniture, Shinrone, Co Offaly.

The pantry, much beloved of our grandparents' generation, is finding favour with a new audience. For those with oodles of space, a walk-in pantry is now a viable option.

No longer the north facing cold room' off the kitchen that emerged during medieval times, the new versions, with rows of crafted shelving and bespoke storage space, are all about organisation and keeping kitchen spaces clutter free.

Today's pantries allow you to have a place for...

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