Bergen County, NJ - Traditional - Kitchen

Bergen County, NJ - Traditional - Kitchen Designed by Bart Lidsky of The Hammer & Nail Inc.
Photography by: Steve Rossi

This classic white kitchen creamy white Rutt Handcrafted Cabinetry and espresso Stained Rift White Oak Base Cabinetry. The highly articulated storage is a functional hidden feature of this kitchen. The countertops are 2" Thick Danby Marble with a mosaic marble backsplash. Pendant lights are built into the cabinetry above the sink.

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thomasfurtadoThomas Furtado wrote:23 November 2012
  • Sonia Burrows
    6 years ago
    last modified: 6 years ago
    These pull-outs are very nice and a good use of space but I'd guess they are way, way more expensive than building a walk-in pantry with a standard door.
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    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    6 years ago
    Hi Sonia,
    Absolutely, nothing beats a walk in pantry for cost savings if your layout allows the space for it. However, while walk in pantries are great for bulk storage of larger items, the pull outs shown above do a better job at neatly storing smaller items such as cans and boxes in an organized way and keeping them closer at hand.
    Thanks for the comment!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Preeti Singh added this to Kitchen Organisation: 14 Dream Pantry & Cupboard Designs7 December 2017

Handcrafted creamy white cabinets open up to reveal this impressive storehouse. This seemingly compact unit accommodates cupboards, pull-out shelves, a cooktop, and closed and see-through cabinets.

Kathryn Peltier Design added this to Why Vertical Storage Is Great for Kitchens7 June 2017

Here is a wall of tall cabinets just packed with storage in a New York loft. The pantry cabinet on the left has swing-out shelves that allow easier access to food than would deep, stationary shelving. The real stars of this vertical storage, however, are the very narrow pullout cabinets, used here for oils and herbs and located right next to the cooktop where they will be used. The mix of cabinet doors creates a pleasing arrangement when closed.Wondering what’s the best material for kitchen cabinets?

What Houzzers are commenting on:

HU-53587853990 added this to My Project5 days ago

I do not like this busy shelving.

Kate Abrams added this to Kitchen5 days ago

Tall skinny pull out cabinet for spices