Created by Design Platform, this modern kitchen in brown and white features a butler's pantry hidden from view behind a marble-clad structure built to enhance the open plan kitchen. The minimalist design offers a clean, uncluttered aesthetic while projecting an upscale, well-planned design.
Talk about functionality. In addition to being sleek and stylish, this high design kitchen and butler’s pantry from Harrison Design with Design Galleria offers a stunning veined marble farmhouse sink and ample space for behind-the-scenes prep to keep the main kitchen mess- and clutter-free.
This white, transitional kitchen and adjoining butler's pantry feature loads of counter space, as well as ample storage. White walls and cabinetry create a clean, crisp palette that sets the tone for the home's overall transitional design. A gray tile backsplash peeks out from behind the coffee station.
An oversized island centers this gorgeous kitchen, creating extra prep space and a perfect spot for casual dining. Crisp white cabinets and a white tile backsplash make the space feel bright and open. The corner of the room provides access to the butler's pantry, which offers extra storage space.
The butler’s pantry perfectly situated between the kitchen and dining room with a top-notch wine refrigeration unit and a single-serve all-in-one coffeehouse brewer offers an easy way to serve a glass of wine before dinner or coffee with dessert, with storage space for entertaining supplies.
In this kitchen's makeover, the tiny space was opened up and modernized with chef-grade appliances and a spacious layout. What used to be a maid’s kitchen with a butler’s pantry and sunporch now houses tons of counter space and an island, a large refrigerator and a six-burner Wolf range.
A space-saving, easy-to-use single serve coffee maker with a gold finish in the kitchen delivers fresh brewed, delicious coffee in minutes. The butler’s pantry also includes a special edition single serve coffee, latte and cappuccino maker that allows you to brew up coffeehouse favorites for your family and friends.
In the dining room at the 2014 HGTV Smart Home, this dark stained buffet offers storage for both dinnerware and office supplies. The black stain of the wood complements other black elements in the room. Gray can be found on the ceiling and in the rug, echoing the light hues in the butler's pantry.
An underused butler’s pantry now serves as an elegant wine closet and entertaining focal point. The custom glass doors with metal frames match the windows of the house. Three walls hold wine, accented by a piece of artwork commissioned by MOSAIC Group. The wood countertops are faux-finished to look like concrete countertops elsewhere in the home.
The open expanse of the kitchen allows a peek into the butler's pantry on the left and the living room on the right. Gilt iron lanterns over the island pay homage to the homeowners' love of French New Orleans style and are a graceful complement to the stainless steel and nickel finishes of the faucets and appliances.
The original plan for the kitchen was to install hardwood floors, but Fixer Upper host Joanna Gaines opted instead for black and white tile, originally planned for use only in a butler's pantry, to give the entire kitchen added personality and a more dynamic look. Stained antique doors, a wooden island and copper elements help provide a warm counterbalance to the striking black and white.
This charming kitchen expertly maintains the warmth and traditional elegance of the 1935 Federal-style manor in which it resides. Designer Ken Kelly's goal on the project was to create a comfortable, functional kitchen for a large family who loves to entertain. A separate butler's pantry for catering is attached to the main kitchen, and a cozy dining area is situated nearby for casual dining.
The butler’s pantry/passageway from the dining room to the family’s kitchen is the perfect space to store the couple’s wedding china. Not only is this space a passageway, but it’s also a gateway to the family home’s past. Inside the frame is a photograph of the butler’s pantry as it originally stood decades ago, taken by the home’s previous owner. The pantry has stood the test of time. Matching the case-good to the trim color, with a fresh coat of white paint was a great way to update it without ruining structural integrity.
I must admit, I am slightly obsessed with convex mirrors. I love the impact they add to a space, especially above this pair of dining consoles flanking the butler's pantry. Check out how the distressed frame speaks to the painted driftwood base of the console. The body of the lamp is as porous and textured as the white driftwood, but we specified it in black as a nod to the dining chandelier and to help ground/substantiate the glass tops. The mask is a find from the homeowners’ travels and also works well with the artwork.