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Our favorite pantries: another peek into Pantry #129

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I love old houses, and all the nooks and crannies built into them by generations of owners. So it stands to reason that I love old house pantries, like Amy's Virginia Pantry #129.

Visit the original post to see what's behind the doors, and how she filled all of those wonderful old spaces and shelves.

Then, come back and let us know if you love Pantry #129 as much as I do.


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Comments

I loved the Pantry series, any chance of reviving it? I could send you pictures of my cool walk in pantry (complete with butler sink) that I have on the barge that I live in. In fact it was your series that inspired us to add the pantry xxx

Yes, I do love this pantry, although the room she has for cookbooks wouldn't hold even 10% of my books! My house has quite a bit of pantry storage, but seeing all these ideas is making me think about how it could be organized better.

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