We love the look of a clean, uncluttered kitchen like this beauty designed by architectural designer Louise Brooks for her own home overlooking Long Island Sound. Keeping clutter under control isn&rsquot easy, however, because kitchens are by necessity filled with &ldquostuff.&rdquo We&#039ve gathered a selection of our favorite ideas for keeping a kitchen in order while enhancing efficiency.
Chicago-based designer Mick De Giulio often incorporates countertop &ldquogarages&rdquo for small appliances in the kitchen he designs. This Chicago kitchen has nearly 10 feet of countertop storage from SieMatic cabinets, with three motorized doors that lower at the push of a button. So let us take a look at favorite traditional pantry kitchen storage with 21 pictures below.
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Squeeze a pantry into a narrow closet or wall space at the top of basement stairs. Narrow shelves make items easy to spot.
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A pullout pantry makes good use of narrow space. This clever pantry in a New York City kitchen designed by Robert Schwartz has a tiled front so when it is closed it looks like part of the tiled wall.
When Massachusetts residential designer Molly Frey planned a Florida vacation home for her parents, she placed open shelves on either side of the range. Having dishes in view makes it easy for guests to help out with food prep and find dishes to serve themselves.
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Marble slabs make for dramatic and useful open shelves in this kitchen. A row of small file drawers holds recipes cards, spices, and small items.