11 Favorites: The Classic Larder
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Before the refrigerator there was the larder, a cool space for storing perishables and kitchen essentials. Perhaps it's time to bring back the concept? Above: A larder tucked behind glass doors, courtesy of Plain English . Above: An English larder photographed by David Giles . Above: A bespoke larder, courtesy of Plain English . Above: A subway-tiled larder in London; see more at Kitchen Open Shelf Roundup . Above: A classic larder via House to Home . Above: SF architects Butler Armsden revamped a 1939 William Wurster house in Pacific Heights, including the pantry area. Above: A larder in London; see the whole project at Reader Rehab: A Photographer's Kitchen in London . Above: An herb-drying room in Olga Polizzi's Hotel Endsleigh . Above: A pantry with glazed doors by Copenhagen-based Kobenhavns Mobelsnedkeri ; photo by Heidi Lerkenfeldt . Above: A pantry in the Buena Vista Terrace residence by Schwartz & Architecture in San Francisco. If you're looking for kitchen ideas, browse our vast Kitchens archive, and don't miss last week's 11 Kitchen Islands Gone Glamorous . And before delving into construction, read Michelle's Gardenista post 10 Mistakes to Avoid When You Remodel .