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Kitchen's Pantry

Your kitchen holds a lot of stuff. Your kitchen is also the room where everyone in the house ends up in each day. Keeping this space clean and organized can sometimes feel like a losing battle, but there is hope! A well thought out pantry can free up counter space, allow you to utilize cupboards better, and give your kitchen.


However, a standard pantry tends to quickly become a hodgepodge collection of small appliances, cans, and boxes of every shape. There is no one way to store these items entirely – it really comes down to the size or layout of your pantry and how you can optimize it to fit you and your family’s lifestyle best. 


Whether you are lucky enough to have a full-on dedicated walk-in space or a bit less room with a simple reach-in, the team at Imagine The Room can help keep you organized. Not only will we help you make sure everything has a home – we will make it easier to immediately see what quantities you have on hand and allow you to keep on top of stocking it efficiently.


When designing your perfectly planned pantry, there are never ending storage solutions available to you. Some choose wire pull out baskets for fruit and vegetables. Some prefer a number of traditional drawers, which allow them to store everything out of sight. With any of our solutions, we use our patented rail and cap system, allowing your cabinets to be assembled on-site, with minimal to no cutting or drilling. Your perfect pantry is only a call away!

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Our kitchens are where we spend the majority of our time with our friends and family, everyone loves to hang around where the food is! We have been in the millwork industry for over 25 years, and we excel at making organized spaces with our high quality shelving system for a fraction of the cost of typical cabinetry.

Reach-In Closets

Reach-in Closets

A reach-in closet is a standard feature in most homes but gone are the days where a simple wooden dowel and sagging shelf will suffice to hold our ever growing and complex storage needs. They are also one of the most under-utilized spaces in our homes with wasted space above and below being a common problem.