I came home and said, "I'm moving the fridges out to the middle of the floor." Daniel, showing the wisdom of long years of marriage, said, "Whatever you want, honey."
After about six weeks of the fridges in the middle of the floor, we put in shelves on the walls, and so was born our walk-in pantry.
|Difficult to tell from the photo, but this is the fridges pulled forward off the wall.|
|Fridges where they 'belong'. On a wall.|
|Although we swapped the rooms around, the kitchen still spilt out into the dining room, because there just wasn't enough counter top space to keep it all in one room.|
|Fridges pulled forward|
|Looking in behind the fridges. The brown cupboard was moved from the dining room.|
|Narrow, but plenty big enough for a pantry|
|Looking out from the pantry|
|Minimal spill over into the dining room|
|Shelves added to the pantry|
|The old pantry. Big cupboards look like they should be fantastic, but they're a disaster. I found four bottles of soy sauce when I cleaned it out.|
|The second pantry cupboard lost its doors; they became the shelves in the new pantry.|
|Wide-angle of the new walk in pantry.|