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Old 05-28-2016, 11:18 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by az99 View Post
Electra 225- Where do you put your pots and pans? Pantry items ?

We are also looking at DP's and the wife is disappointed with lack of kitchen. Phaetons don't even have a pantry. Our 35' Super C had far more kitchen and pantry space.
The pantry is to the left of the fridge. The typical place I guess most are putting it now when the full rez fridge is in that location. Some have drawer-like shelves top to bottom the full depth of pantry. Ours is slightly different. When you open the pantry door, you find a spice rack (it has a back in it) and small shelves on a hinge that swings out. It's as tall as the door is. Behind that are larger deep adjustable shelves and deep drawers. Also you can see two more deep drawers below pantry cabinet door.

The pots and pans etc can go in three locations. Below dishwasher there's a drawer. Then the two cabinets to the right of the dishwasher go the full depth of the counter-top. Lots of space in there to configure however you want to arrange and secure your cookery. You can just about crawl inside it.

I will try and get a photo up later of the spice rack/shelf door open.

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