J And K Kitchen Cabinets Fort Lauderdale - It's time to take a fresh look in your home design and think about the kitchen cabinet pantry. There was a time when every dwelling was built off the kitchen using a big pantry. In lots of average houses, the pantry was the extent of a small to mid-sized room. In the average American home, the pantry disappeared over time. More than a change of address, the migration, brought a change of lifestyle.
Folks didn't have space in the suburbs to keep vegetable gardens or modest family orchards. They ceased growing and canning or freezing their fruits and vegetables. Additionally they ceased making jams and their jellies. There clearly was no time for freezing and canning when Mother started working outside the home. In reality, there was far less time for meal preparation.
Trends in kitchen inclinations and home design led to bigger major appliances smaller kitchens plus a smaller number of cupboards. Shortly people wanted more cupboards to store the food processor, coffee maker, mixer, electric can opener, waffle iron, toaster, etc. The kitchen started to regain its status as the center of family life as people became invested in preparing meals.
Although designers started to design bigger kitchens with space for top of the line appliances, they didn't add a kitchen cabinet pantry. Folks today are busier than ever, doing shopping yet another time-consuming chore. Because a lot of people need to shop just weekly (instead of daily), it seems that the time has come to consider the kitchen cabinet pantry. The kitchen cabinet pantry is available in a variety of woods, styles, sizes and shapes.