February 26, 2011

A Country Pantry

A before and after project.

Living in a small home definitely has it's challenges.
For years we have been lacking in storage space...
Food storage being at the top of that list!

After a night of brainstorming, Troy and I came up with the notion of moving the old cook stove out of the corner and adding a much needed Pantry.

The corner before with the stove moved over and an old salvaged door leaned in it's place as our inspiration


Troy gettin' with it and making it happen!

The end result...a finished pantry!

We used an old metal picture frame for added interest around the vintage glass door knob.


The pantry filled up fast...How did we ever live without this storage before?



I am so in LOVE with the overall outcome of the Pantry.

Mr. Cedar House Soaps you are amazing ;-)

9 comments:

tinkerverve said...

It's just beautiful! Nice Job...

paula.griesemer said...

Oh Jennifer...that is amazing and gorgeous all rolled into one. You are a very lucky woman.

Cary said...

That is awesome! And your home looks so cozy, welcoming, cheery, and all good and wonderful things!

Marla said...

Very Nice Jen... do I recognize the glasses on the table?? Love the whole look and you needed the pantry!! Marla

Toni said...

Everything looks gorgeous, thanks for our pantry party last night, so enjoyed the preview!!! Love Ya!

Jennifer said...

Thanks girls for dropping by to see our new pantry ;-)

Marla..indeed they are the glasses! The boys couldn't part with them and we use them everday ;-)

Debi said...

Beautiful! I love the idea of the windowed door on the pantry, it's an unusual touch that really works.

JILB said...

Okay I'm now totally jealous. Beautiful pantry, I think I'd be opening the door and just standing and gazing upon all the organization and loveliness. What a great idea using a reclaimed door with a window. The storage and display area on top is pretty cool too. This is definitely going in my someday pile of ideas.

Anonymous said...

Great idea and looks awesome. I love the old door. Yay for handy husbands!

Michelle Hawkins