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January 16, 2010

Other People's Pantries #103

From Jill, in Tigard, Oregon:

We live in a small home and my brother-in-law, who is a marvelous craftsman, built us a pantry right in our kitchen.

Our pantry used to be on a shelf in our garage, which was very dark and dusty. He created this wonderful spot. I was going to tidy it up, but decided to give everyone an ego boost.  



On Saturdays, we peek into Other People's Pantries.

Come on -- show us your pantry.

Here's how.


Thanks for the ego boost -- looks like a clever use of space and serving you well.

That is so ingenious. Love it!

Very nice. I especially like the little spice racks - so handy! And what do you mean tidy it up! Looks good to me. :)

I love it !!

can you fedex the b-i-l to NJ?

I like the split door idea. functional and it looks good

Very nice, pull out drawers are so wonderful. All drawers and shelves should be pull out. Great pantry. Thanks for sharing.

What a great use of space--so well-crafted!

I live in Europe, and my new kitchen will be about the size of your new pantry! Hahahaha!
hugs from Poland,

Hey Tigard Oregon is very close to where I live...nice pantry.

That's an ingenious pantry! Kudos to your brother in law!

I want draws that pull out

The really cool part is when the door is closed you have no idea of all the goodies inside.

This has been so fun! I do have the best brother in law! And Rhonda, I lived in Japan for a year and the kitchens are tiny there too. I'll never forget going to a friend's home and watching her orchestrate a multi part meal in her tiny space.

terrific pantry - it looks like it really holds a lot of supplies - great design

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