34 Farmhouse Pantry Ideas

farmhouse themed pantry

Do you want more space in the kitchen? It might be necessary to move some things to the pantry. A farmhouse themed pantry will be the best and most stylish place for your groceries. If you have a large pantry, you absolutely want to give it a farmhouse style. However, you may not have any clue where to start. That’s why we put together a huge list of farmhouse pantry ideas for your design inspiration. It is important to get farmhouse pantry designs in a way that will be practical and easy to learn from.

First, ask yourself what you want from that space and what it serves you most. We use pantries for things that are often used while cooking, but we don’t have space for them in the kitchen. Think about filling your pantry with shelves and drawers in a way that will be most useful to you.

Farmhouse Pantry Ideas

If you have a pantry and you want to improve it, the ideas below are absolutely perfect. We pulled the designs from Houzz and credited each designer.

1. Modern Farmhouse

Modern Farmhouse by Chad Hemphill Construction
Modern Farmhouse by Chad Hemphill Construction


 

2. Contemporary Rustic Farmhouse

Contemporary Rustic Farmhouse by Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
Contemporary Rustic Farmhouse by Garrison Hullinger Interior Design, Inc.


 

3. Pantry Well Stocked

Pantry Well Stocked by KuDa Photography
Pantry Well Stocked by KuDa Photography


 

4. Hilltop Farmstead

Hilltop Farmstead by Grit Design Build
Hilltop Farmstead by Grit Design Build


 

5. Mountain Maritime Pantry

Mountain Maritime Pantry by Design Harmony
Mountain Maritime Pantry by Design Harmony


 

6. Rustic & Traditional Farmhouse Ipswich MA

Rustic & Traditional Farmhouse Ipswich MA by Windhill Builders
Rustic & Traditional Farmhouse Ipswich MA by Windhill Builders


 

7. Perry House

Perry House by Cabinet Designers Inc
Perry House by Cabinet Designers, Inc


 

8. Farmhouse Pantry

Farmhouse Pantry
Farmhouse Pantry


 

9. Galveston St. House

Galveston St. House by MK Development & Investment LLC
Galveston St. House by MK Development & Investment, LLC


 

10. Kitchen Pantry Laundry Room Remodel

Kitchen Pantry Laundry Room Remodel by Mariano & Co LLC
Kitchen Pantry Laundry Room Remodel by Mariano & Co., LLC


 

11. Urban Farmhouse

Urban Farmhouse by DK Homes
Urban Farmhouse by DK Homes


 

12. Pantries

Pantries by Inspired Closets
Pantries by Inspired Closets


 

13. Kings Place

Kings Place by William Guidero Planning and Design
Kings Place by William Guidero Planning and Design


 

14. Coastal Plantation

Coastal Plantation by White Oak Construction LLC
Coastal Plantation by White Oak Construction LLC


 

15. Chestnut Hill

Chestnut Hill by J. Stewart Designs
Chestnut Hill by J. Stewart Designs


 

16. Modern Victorian

Modern Victorian by Tim Brown Architecture
Modern Victorian by Tim Brown Architecture


 

17. Lindon Modernization

Lindon Modernization by South Haven Homes
Lindon Modernization by South Haven Homes


 

18. Pennsylvania Farmhouse Inspired Kitchen

Pennsylvania Farmhouse Inspired Kitchen by Benbow & Associates
Pennsylvania Farmhouse Inspired Kitchen by Benbow & Associates


 

19. Home Tex Homes Pantry

Home Tex Homes Pantry by HomeTex Homes
Home Tex Homes Pantry by HomeTex Homes


 

20. Pantry

Pantry by The Organized Home
Pantry by The Organized Home


 

21. Buena Vista Gables

Buena Vista Gables by June DeLugas Interiors
Buena Vista Gables by June DeLugas Interiors


 

22. Castle Hill Kitchen

Castle Hill Kitchen by New England Design Elements
Castle Hill Kitchen by New England Design Elements


 

23. 2011 Showcase – Hillside Retreat

2011 Showcase - Hillside Retreat by Witt Construction
2011 Showcase – Hillside Retreat by Witt Construction


 

24. Modern Farmhouse Pantry

Modern Farmhouse by Old Hillsboro Building Company
Modern Farmhouse Pantry by Old Hillsboro Building Company


 

25. Dutch Colonial Charm

Dutch Colonial Charm by Cummings Architects
Dutch Colonial Charm by Cummings Architects


 

26. Urban Farmhouse Remodel

Urban Farmhouse Remodel by HighCraft Builders
Urban Farmhouse Remodel by HighCraft Builders


 

27. California Rancher with Pool House

California Rancher with Pool House by LMB Interiors
California Rancher with Pool House by LMB Interiors


 

28. Hugg

Hugg by LifeStyle Development, Inc.
Hugg by LifeStyle Development, Inc.


 

29. Kings Place 2

Kings Place 2 by William Guidero Planning and Design
Kings Place 2 by William Guidero Planning and Design


 

30. Beaumaris Kitchen

Beaumaris Kitchen by Jasmine McClelland Design
Beaumaris Kitchen by Jasmine McClelland Design


 

31. Norfolk Road

Norfolk Road by Provincial Kitchens
Norfolk Road by Provincial Kitchens


 

32. Bridgehampton Compound

Bridgehampton Compound by Michael Davis Design & Construction
Bridgehampton Compound by Michael Davis Design & Construction


 

33. Westport Country

Westport Country by Christine Donner Kitchen Design Inc.
Westport Country by Christine Donner Kitchen Design Inc.


 

34. Farmhouse Effect

Farmhouse Effect by Kitchen & Bath Designs by Leah LLC
Farmhouse Effect by Kitchen & Bath Designs by Leah LLC


 

How to Create a Farmhouse Style Pantry

There are a lot of farm home style pantry ideas you need to consider. It is not easy to put together the perfect rustic pantry design. With the ideas and tips below, you can incorporate farmhouse styles, rustic colors, and country themes with ease.

Farmhouse Pantry Styles

For your farmhouse pantry design, the styles to consider are rustic, antique, industrial and vintage. The main materials you can incorporate are wood, metal, and stone. With the wood, you will get the country style that fits perfectly to a farmhouse pantry. With metal, you can incorporate steel and iron for an industrial theme. Some stone material will fit in nicely as well.

Farmhouse Pantry Colors

To keep your farmhouse themed pantry looking nice and organized, it’s important to carefully choose the color palette. For example, one shelf may be colored, the other neutral, etc. The colors that you might want to consider for your rustic-styled pantry are white, beige, brown, gray, and brown.

Farmhouse Pantry Design

Equip the pantry with cabinets, temporary storage boxes, and shelves all over the wall. If there is a plumbing and sewer installation, it is not a bad idea to install a sink or hide it completely. Put heavier things on the lower shelves and lighter items on the upper shelves. Store baskets and other things you do not constantly use in the cabinets. You can also incorporate baskets for storage.

Storing Food and Drinks in Your Pantry

Don’t forget the beverage shelf for your liquor, wine, and beer if necessary. Bottles of wine are easy to place in the racks provided for this purpose. Other bottles can be stored on shelves or in the cabinets. It is a good idea to set up a smaller table or counter where cookies or bags can be placed after the groceries shopping. Use the pantry shelves to store the dishes that you do not often use or that do not fit in your kitchen cabinets.

Farmhouse Pantry Flooring

You can have your flooring flow directly into the pantry. If you already have beautiful hardwood floors, then keep the same flooring in your pantry. However, if you have tile floors in your kitchen, you can try different flooring styles in your custom pantry.

Arrangement and Organization

To help you get organized, stick labels with the name of the groceries or other things you plan to store on the shelves, baskets, and boxes. Even if you know and remember where everything is, it’s not the same situation with other family members, which you will certainly sometimes send to bring you something from the pantry. Think about making a list of all the groceries in your pantry. Enter how many groceries you have, the deadlines, things you need to buy, etc. Hang the list on the door and update every week before planning your weekly menu and creating your shopping list.

Leave Some Free Space

The last step is possibly the hardest part. For a well-organized pantry, it is important to leave some free space inside. Don’t clutter up the shelves and leave enough space between the elements, because everything will look nicer, more organized, and easier to use. Remove all unnecessary packaging and boxes, and you can put light between the shelves to make space look more open and spacious.

 
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