Convenience is key, but aesthetics are equally important for a beautiful baking center pantry.
We have shown how to hide large appliances in the Refrigeration in Disguise post. But what about a clever hidden baking center pantry? A wall of plain cabinetry can sometimes become overwhelming (or boring), so why not break it up a bit by adding a personal touch? In this kitchen, vintage style fruit and vegetable prints were attached to panels in the inset cabinet doors. The panels instantly become framed art! Perhaps just as clever, the cabinet doors neatly recess into side pockets — opening the baking center to unrestricted use and providing plenty of elbow room.
Inside the cabinet, a wall outlet provides power for the Kitchen Aid, a food processor or other small electric appliances. And a stone counter inside the cabinet allows for easy cleaning as well as crisp good looks. Also inside: drawer just below the counter where utensils are at the user’s fingertips. It’s also a good way of organizing necessities such as spatulas, stirring spoons, thermometers, graters and even small strainers. Baking supplies sit read on storage shelves about the work area. And when the cabinet doors are closed, the disguise is complete.
(Source: The Sky Is The Limit Design)
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Love it! I would never have thought of putting artwork on the panels!
Hidden or out in the open, I love mine so much that just HAVING a baking center is what’s important. This one is really beautiful.
Yours is great, Rhome. imo, this one isn’t for a daily baker or someone who does so on a larger family scale. Would work as a coffee/tea station as well.