A look at our small narrow walk in pantry and how I have organized this space with built in shelves and a farmhouse sliding barn door.
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In early 2020, we have started a complete kitchen remodel in our home. I have shared the plan for our DOUBLE WIDE KITCHEN REMODEL, GUTTING OUR DOUBLE WIDE KITCHEN, our NEW WINDOWS, and most recently KITCHEN CABINET REMODEL.
While this space is an old look for our home, I think it still worth sharing and updating. I hope that it provides some inspiration for creating a small or narrow farmhouse style pantry in your home.
Small Narrow Walk-In Pantry
Creating this small pantry provided enough space in our kitchen for me to store all of our food. The front part is a pretty space where I store all of my jars. In the jars, I store all of dry bulk food ingredients. I store all of the herbs and spices in smaller jars on the top shelf.
Walk-In Farmhouse Pantry Sliding Barn Door
Our sliding barn door was provided by Rustica Hardware, and this is also where the hardware track is from. Putting everything together was easy with the detailed instructions.
The door slides smoothly to open and close which is a big plus in our home. With 6 people sliding the door through out the day, it sees a lot of opening and closing.
How to Organize a Small Walk-In Pantry
The pantry has built in shelves from the back wall up to where the cast iron skillets hang. The front part of the pantry has shelves that line the wall, and the back part of the pantry stores items such as can goods. The front area of the pantry, is where all of the dry bulk ingredients are stored.
Jars, with seals, are the best way to make a pantry space look pretty and organized. It’s easy to see how much of each ingredient you have and it is easy to locate on the shelves. I use glass jars with airtight hinged lids. To create the labels, I hand write them on brown craft labels.
How to Store Cast Iron Skillets in a Walk-In Pantry
There is a proper way to care for and keep cast iron skillets looking beautiful and easy to use. I share how to do that in a post called, How to Season Cast Iron Skillets. Hanging cast iron skillets for proper air circulation is important. So, using cast iron skillet hooks was the simple solution.
The cast iron skillet hooks are from a family owned company, Axe and Anvil. Jordan and his wife live on a beautiful homestead in Tennessee and make all of their products by hand in their shop or home.
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