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A hardwood shaker style kitchen. The built in cabinets and island are hand painted in Farrow and Ball, Pavilion Grey. The tall cabinetry is paired with a ladder for easy access to the taller cupboards. The large island has a Shaker 900 Perrin and Rowe sink and integrated storage. It has a breakfast bar at one end, with traditional wooden stools. Integrated larder unit includes a built in Miele microwave and mounted spice racks. It has Farrow and Ball painted frames with a natural wood interior finish.

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stowed
stowed added this to 13 Clever Spots to Place Your Microwave28 September 2018

Park it in a pantryBespoke pantry units and hidden breakfast bars are growing in popularity. They provide room for a whole range of kitchen paraphernalia, which can be neatly shut away when you’re finished with it. This hidden kitchenette is the perfect home for a microwave, whether integrated or freestanding. As with the appliance garage above, it’s essential to keep the doors open when you are using your microwave. As soon as you have finished, you can restore the kitchen to its former tidiness by shutting the doors.Wondering how to bring a pantry into the kitchen?

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Victoria Harrison added this to Are Pantries the Most Wanted Kitchen Feature Right Now?19 January 2018

Clutter is hidden out of sightAs this example demonstrates, a pantry cupboard can store more than just dried goods. This larder cupboard houses a microwave as well as the usual spices, tins, jars and packets. There’s even a small worktop for food prep, making it a very hardworking little space, and the beauty of it all is that the entire lot can be swept out of sight at the close of a door.

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to How to Fill the Space Above Kitchen Cabinets27 November 2017

Go floor to ceilingThe designers of this kitchen have built storage from ground level right up to the ceiling. Above the tall units, there are two layers of smaller cabinets with plenty of space to store everything the owners need to tidy away. To reach the high spots, the installers have fitted a rail for a ladder to slide along, rather like a library system. The kitchen here is bespoke, but if you don’t have that option, there are still ways to achieve something like this. You could use bridging cabinets above your standard wall units, which should be short enough to fit in the space. Or, if you have enough room, install another row of wall units above your cabinets. Hunt around, as some retailers offer different dimensions that might fit the space better.

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Gwendelynn Brown added this to Kitchen Remodel24 August 2022

ladder, pantry with microwave shelf that all closes for a clean look.

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