There are some pantries that are made out of nooks and crannies - perfect places for pantry desks. Sometimes, desks are located near the pantry in a quiet corner of the kitchen.
Pantry desks can hold receipts, cookbooks, loose recipes, or even be called into duty for a charging center for electronic devices. If the opportunity is there, consider a valuable desk nook for your organization needs.
Another desk located near a pantry. In terms of kitchen layout, not all kitchens can afford an integrated pantry in the kitchen footprint. It only makes sense that a pantry and pantry desk are tucked away into a quieter nearby kitchen corner.
Most pantry desks have the common element of modesty. Often, there is just a simple stool provided, which hints that time spent won't be long. Maybe the resident is only taking a quick pantry inventory or writing down needed ingredients. Think of the activities and ways that you would use a pantry desk if you had one. Would you include cookbook storage?
I would call this a distraction-free pantry desk (or the owner detests clutter!). Consider your own desk habits when including a desk in or near a pantry. If you are not the tidiest person, an open access pantry may not be for you.
This pantry could have also been designed for kids' homework, considering the workspace is generously-sized.
Notice the stepping down to desk level in this pantry. In addition, the pantry space is differentiated with a warm, wood top.
Looking past the china hutch, you can just see a desk sharing pantry space in the room beyond. The room is big enough so that the desk is a piece of furniture by itself. Many of the examples on the page have shown built-in desks, simply because of space limitations.