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Kitchen Pantry Cabinets for Extra Storage

Updated on December 2, 2014

Gain Extra Storage Space with a Kitchen Pantry Cabinet

If you're like me, you can use some extra storage space in your kitchen. Kitchen pantry cabinets are a great way to add that extra storage without taking up a lot of valuable floor space.

Many standalone kitchen cabinets are tall, making good use of vertical space. And these cabinets come with lots of shelves too, which makes them perfect for storing canned goods or extra kitchen appliances in an easy-to-reach way.

Photo of Ameriwood Single Door Pantry courtesy of Amazon. Click the link to see this kitchen pantry cabinet in detail.

Measure Your Space

To find out the size of kitchen pantry cabinet

you need, measure the space where it will go.

Kitchen Pantry Cabinets with Double Doors

This selection of kitchen pantries offers something for every home. The finishes range from light wood to white to dark wood.

Choose the right cabinet for your space and get that stuff put away! Won't that be great for everything to have its own place?

Home Styles 5022-69 Nantucket Pantry, Distressed White Finish
Home Styles 5022-69 Nantucket Pantry, Distressed White Finish

This white pantry cabinet will go with just about any kitchen decor and offers shelves and a drawer to tuck away all of your stuff.


Pantry Cabinets with Drawers

Some pantry cabinets come with drawers. Can you use more drawer space for linens or utensils?

Home Styles 5004-69 Americana Pantry Storage Cabinet, Distressed Oak Finish
Home Styles 5004-69 Americana Pantry Storage Cabinet, Distressed Oak Finish

I think this is my favorite kitchen pantry. I like the rustic look and large storage area it provides.


Wood Pantry Cabinets for the Kitchen - Add Extra Storage with the Warmth of Wood

These wood tones will complement your country or traditional decor without looking like they stick out and don't belong in the room. Use the extra space they provide to organize and arrange items and get your home looking picture perfect.

Filling Up the Pantry Cabinet

If you can, remove everything from your existing cabinets and shelves to see what you have.

Think about how you use your kitchen.

Rearrange dishes, food, appliances, and cooking utensils, bowls, and pans as needed.

With your new kitchen pantry cabinet,

put things in a more logical spot.

Enjoy the extra storage your new pantry gives you.

White Kitchen Pantry Cabinets - Sleeker, More Modern Cabinets

For a clean, modern look, one of these white kitchen pantry cabinets will work great. Be sure to keep some spray and towels handy to keep it looking like new, if you'll have little hands opening and closing the doors!

Small Ways to Organize Your Kitchen - Use in Existing Pantry Shelves and Spaces

Sometimes a few well selected pantry shelves or organizers can make all the difference in having enough room to store your kitchen supplies.

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Could You Use a Kitchen Pantry Cabinet for Extra Storage?

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      Susanna Duffy 4 years ago from Melbourne Australia

      No matter what storage I have in my kitchen I always need more

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      Frischy 5 years ago from Kentucky, USA

      I could definitely use one of these cabinets in my kitchen. That is one room that needs a makeover, and a nice cabinet would surely help. Thanks for the great suggestions!

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      Angela F 5 years ago from Seattle, WA

      I've actually owned one of the double door ClosetMaid ones - they do come in handy!