Green Dining Room Uses Extra Space for a Butler's Pantry
A mini butler's pantry adjacent to this dining room provides just enough space for meal staging and overflow flotsam. It also takes advantage of an odd cranny that might have gone to waste with built-in cabinetry and counter space.
A color palette of gray and yellow makes for a stylish combo in this butler's pantry. Soft gray cabinets pair with linear pulls and gray countertops for a sleek, contemporary look. A golden yellow mosaic tile backsplash completes the chic design.
Put children’s snacks on the bottom pantry shelf, suggests Clea Shearer, cofounder of The Home Edit. This makes it easy for them to help themselves without accidentally knocking over, say, a nearby bag of flour.
A combination of open and closed storage makes organization a cinch in this butler's pantry. Rustic cabinets fill one side of the space with center glass cabinets to display favorite china, while the opposite wall has open cabinets with wicker baskets for easy-to-stow storage.
Gray and White Farmhouse Pantry With Ample Storage
Gray cabinets, butcher-block countertops and white walls combine to create a beautiful neutral pantry in this farmhouse. An under-counter wine cooler provides extra storage, while a Dutch door opens to bring the outdoors inside.
This view into the attractive pantry gives a glimpse at the well-organized space. The kitchen's stainless steal refrigerator includes an "away mode" vacation setting that makes the appliance more energy-efficient.
Vintage Butler’s Pantry with Curtained Glass Doors
For a dash of delightful design, adorn doors that lead into a pantry or mudroom with colorful fabric. For her curtained glass doors, Alabama interior designer Mary Finch used a textile with a bit of a vintage motif.