A pantry is a room or closet in a house or apartment where non-perishable food and other household supplies are stored. In the past, pantries were common in homes because they provided a place to store food that did not need to be refrigerated.
Today, many people still use pantries to store dry goods, such as flour, sugar, and rice, as well as canned goods, spices, and other cooking supplies. Some pantries are also used to store dishes, pots and pans, and other kitchen equipment.
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Pantry’s detail drawing – 3
A detailed drawing of a pantry’s can include a variety of different elements, depending on the size and layout of the pantry’s and the purpose it serves. Here are some possible components that could be included in a pantry’s detail drawing:
- Dimensions: The length, width, and height of the pantry, as well as the size of any doors or windows.
- Floor plan: A top-down view of the pantry showing the location of the walls, doors, windows, and any built-in features such as shelves, cabinets, or countertops.
- Elevations: Side views of the pantry showing the height and depth of any built-in features.
- Electrical outlets: The location of any outlets or switches for lighting or appliances.
- Plumbing: The location of any water or drain lines that may be present in the pantry.
- Finishes: The type of flooring, walls, and ceiling materials used in the pantry.
- Lighting: The type and location of any light fixtures or natural light sources.
- Fixtures: The location and type of any built-in or free-standing fixtures, such as shelves, cabinets, or countertops.
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