Bespoke larders, not just a food store - Kitchen trends 2019
Bespoke larders continue to trend in 2019. Not only do they maximise storage space they have also become a thing of great beauty. With everything the busy cook needs in one easily accessible place. Popularity of programs such as The Great British Bake Off and Master Chef has inspired cooks everywhere. From this we have seen a renewed interest in the larder or pantry style storage area. As a nation we have become more experimental with our cooking and baking, meaning we have a greater need for a wider variety of ingredients. Today's larder or pantry can include power, light and provides convenient storage for kitchen appliances as well as the essential food store items.
Innovative designs showcase the natural beauty of solid wood and craftsmanship. Hand painted furniture makes a real statement, or a combination of materials can be used to blend seamlessly with your kitchen. Pantry cupboards can be as big or as small as your space dictates and created in a classical or contemporary style. Built with storage solutions in mind the possibilities are limitless.
Interior lighting and glass shelves can be added along with wine racks, cookery book shelves, spice racks and electrical power points should you wish to incorporate a microwave or store your electric mixer. A work surface provides an additional practical work space. Cupboard doors can be full height, bi-fold or individual four door options, doors with spice racks to store items, or roll front. A break-front design furniture design offers maximum flexibility with greater storage in the draw's, cupboards or baskets below.
If wall space is at a premium but you have a broom cupboard or similar space with in your kitchen area this could easily be transformed into a walk-in larder. With beautifully crafted shelves, draws, cupboards and gleaming work surface area. Perfectly designed shelves, in door storage and draws work in harmony with the kitchen. A well-designed pantry or larder cupboard will fit seamlessly into any kitchen design. A must have for 2019 and beyond.