fridge and shallow pantry share hole
This is my first post here! So this is the situation. it's 52" wide from the wall at end of butlers pantry and the last stud that used to frame our hall closet. we have gutted it and would like to use that space to slide in a fridge and put a pantry from the end of fridge to that last stud. We will remove the door that's open in the pix and the pantry door will go pretty much parallel to the open position of the door there now. So basically the pantry will open in that "hallway" and will face the water heater. Do you think there will be any problems with depth or with the door being there? Id like a 36" wide fridge, that leaves 52-36=16" for wiggle room, the door frame of pantry, and of course the pantry shelves themselves. Is this a terrible idea? should i get a 33" wide not as fun fridge so i can have more room for the pantry? we are saving the built in BTW, and the huge window (that was a pain in the butt to design around but we finally agreed on a window seat to remedy the situation). If you've got any other ideas on placement shout em out! We are doing a 36" island with range as well. What do ya think?