Kitchen cabinetsContemporary Kitchen, London
Bespoke Fulham pantry by Roundhouse in bespoke Urbo handleless matt lacquer kitchen in Farrow & Ball Skimming Stone and book matched horizontal Walnut veneer with Caesarstone quartz composite worktop and walnut breakfast bar.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Go door to door“Using the insides of the doors in kitchen or bathroom cupboards isn’t only a great way to maximise the space, it’s also practical for storing items you use frequently,” Filipa do Carmo says. “Even a simple hook can be used to hang small, everyday items.”“The area on the back of a door is almost always overlooked as a way to claim vertical space,” Caroline agrees. “An over-the-door shoe hanger, for example, can actually be used to store much more than just shoes.”“Ask a joiner to cut the shelves inside your store cupboard so they’re not too deep, then use the space created at the front to hang easy-to-access spice racks on the doors,” Sophie suggests. “This will also avoid you having to empty your cupboard to access items at the back of the shelves.”
Put a contemporary spin on storageA more contemporary take on the larder cupboard, this image shows how to make the most of a tall, slim space next to an appliance. The narrow cupboard is superbly organised, with neat walnut shelving for packets and jars, a door-mounted spice rack and two deep drawers for vegetables or larger packets.The rest of the kitchen is sleek and modern, with handleless cupboards, dark walnut accents and a large, American-style fridge-freezer, proving that larder cupboards aren’t just the preserve of country-style kitchens.
Larders feel the loveYou love your larders! This bespoke solution, close to the kitchen worktop, makes cooking enjoyable and fuss-free. This example shows you don’t have to have a huge pantry; a fairly narrow unit still provides at-a-glance storage for lots of jars, packets, bottles and other groceries.