Kitchen pantries need to store items as large as cereal boxes and as small as spices...but it seems like there's never enough room for everything. If you need overflow space, you can build this basic pantry from one sheet of plywood.
Single-sheet plywood furniture projects are always fun, and easy for beginning woodworkers to tackle. Start with a full-sheet of 3/4" plywood to build the pantry. You can add 1/2" plywood for the shelves and solid wood for the top, to complete a sleeker look.
Use a table saw or circular saw to cut your pieces and a shelf pin jig and drill to make your shelf holes. A brad nailer and glue hold the cabinet together and piano hinges are used for the doors to swing out.
Check out the link below for the cut list and Sketchup plans.
Space Saving Pantry [Woodworking for Mere Mortals]