- Keep It Classic
Interior architect Heather Hilliard has kept the pantry of this light, bright and classic butler with printed wallpaper, white paint and shop windows. The blue glasses on the top shelf also add a nice color. Real estate property
- Opt for open shelves
Krysta Gibbons of Kipling House Interiors has divided a large kitchen into two rooms: the main kitchen, where all cooking is done, and the kitchen / pantry. It is basically a modern butler’s pantry, where all bulky appliances are stored in addition to food and dishes. It is equipped with open shelves for maximum comfort and a ladder to reach the objects stored in the upper cabinets. This helps make a high traffic family kitchen run smoothly
- Invest In A Wine Refrigerator
Not only are symmetrical wine coolers aesthetically pleasing, they are also conveniently positioned and offer excellent use of extra space. The smoky mirror backsplash brings the right touch of formal style to this space also designed by Studio DB. Therefore, it is the perfect combination of a home bar and a butler’s pantry.
- Free space on the counter
Designed by Chango & Co., this butler’s pantry will greatly facilitate entertainment. The long and spacious countertops offer plenty of space for preparation and the lockers ensure that all serving utensils are conveniently stored near the dining room.
- Prepare it for the photo
Catherine Kwong’s designed butler’s pantry is more like a fancy home bar. Cabinets and hidden minibars provide plenty of space for surfaces to be free for furniture and prep work.
- Enjoy the vertical space
If you have high ceilings, have fun with layers of floating shelves. Brady Tolbert of Emily Henderson Design used golden brackets to anchor the shelves and add a metallic touch.
- Add extra Appliances
If the butler’s pantry is large enough to look like a small kitchen, stock it up with extras like an oven and a coffee maker. Warm up and add color and imagination with a small rug. Interior designer Michelle Nussbaumer also chose a warm color palette and packs many textured materials into a small space.
- Install a retractable door
Choose a pocket door. If you want to hide your butler’s pantry from the dining room, consider installing a pocket door. This will keep this transition space out of sight without taking up extra space. Interior designer Jenn Feldman has kept this simple to complement the classic and contemporary style of the room.