Should a pantry door swing in or out?
Pantries are already fairly small. If you add a door that opens into the pantry that opens inward, it can be really hard to get to the items you’ve stored behind the door. This also limits the things you can store in your pantry. Instead, opt for a door that swings outward into your kitchen.
How wide are double pantry doors?
There is no standard width for double doors. However, the most common widths for interior double doors measure at: 60” 64”
Are walk-in pantries a waste of space?
Cabinet pantries can house toasters, coffee makers and mixers too, but it’s usually at the expense of valuable storage space. Walk-in pantries can comfortably fit larger appliances like microwaves, slow cookers, juicers and deep fryers, freeing up counter space and ensuring they’re ready to grab when you need them.
Should a pantry be ventilated?
A pantry needs ventilation to control odors, moisture, and heat. If you live in an environment with a tropical climate, then ventilation is necessary to stop heat and moisture from accumulating in the pantry.
How much clearance do you need for inset cabinet doors?
For one door, take the opening and deduct 3/16″; for two doors, deduct 9/32″, allowing for expansion/contraction in the middle. Key is a square frame. From contributor A: I put a slight bevel around the inside of the doors, about 2 degrees and use a 1/16″ clearance around the doors.
What is the width of a pantry door?
Standard pantry cabinet widths vary more than height, ranging between 9 and 36 inches, typically in 3-inch increments (9, 12, 15, 18, etc.) This wide variation allows you to purchase a prebuilt cabinet that will fit the available space in your kitchen.
What is a standard door thickness?
The standard door thickness for interior doors is 1 ⅜ inches, though if your interior door is taller than 80 inches or wider than 36 inches, the recommended thickness by building codes increases to 1 ¾ inches. Closet doors are narrower and aren’t required to meet the standard interior door building codes.