A small butler pantry is integrated into the design of this white transitional kitchen. Complete with a prep sink and a combination of drawer and cabinet storage, the elegant utility space is a must-have for entertaining.
White waterfall edge countertops give this kitchen a sleek, modern look. Two doorways flanking the cooking area lead to a walk-through butler's pantry. Chrome base barstools keep with the minimalistic design aesthetic.
This open concept kitchen features white wood cabinets paid with white stone countertops and hardwood floss. A farmhouse sink and blue range hood add interesting details, while the renovated layout allows room for a butler panty with additional storage.
Black Butler Pantry Set Apart in Traditional Kitchen
A small butler pantry is tucked between double ovens and a concealed refrigerator in this traditional kitchen. The black cabinetry with under-cabinet lighting sets the space apart from the rest of the open plan kitchen.
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.
Butler's Pantry Provides Easy Space to Serve Food to Adjacent Family Room
A small butler's pantry with sink, microwave and counter space make it easy to serve snacks for epic TV binge-watching sessions in the adjacent family room. The whitewashed brick wall matches the accent wall just out of sight in the family room.
The existing butler's pantry in this 1980s home was divided into a new butler's pantry and this dry pantry. The dry pantry maximizes storage space off the kitchen, offering room for food and dishes alike.
As part of the McIntyre home transformation in Atlanta, GA, licensed contractor Chip Wade included a pullout pantry for ample storage, an expanding kitchen table for increased seating and a buffet style kitchen layout for prep, cooking and easy cleaning. Many elements were added for ease of use including this expandable table. The design aesthetic mimicked a sleek industrial kitchen, but added natural and warm elements like the tree trunk sink, wood table and brick floors. The transformation also includes open seating area to host family and church members, as seen on DIY Network's Elbow Room.
This look from the butler’s pantry shows the kitchen with breakfast area located just steps away. “A coffee bar in any home is a dream for me,” says designer Tiffany Brooks. “Even though it is a butler’s pantry, I made it into an example to encourage homeowners to use spaces as they live.”