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Its History and Modern Uses
Catherine Seiberling Pond
Photographs by Steve Gross and Sue Daley
The Pantry ponders the history, return and rebirth of the kitchen pantry. With a nod toward the philosophy "a place for everything and everything in its place," author and historian Catherine Seiberling Pond delves into the past, present, and future possibilities of this important room, and finds ways to incorporate a pantry into any home.
Food storage solutions
What to put in your pantry
How to choose the right materials
Design and layout of the pantry
Display and décor tips
How to display dishes and collections
Pantries are one of the most requested features being built into today's homes.
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Catherine Seiberling Pond is an architectural historian, writer and former house museum manager. She has contributed to Old-House Interiors, New England Home and Victoria, among other magazines, and maintains a blog on domestic life at inthepantry.blogspot.com. She lives in Hancock, New Hampshire. Steve Gross and Sue Daley are photographers based in Manhattan.
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