Who wouldn't crave this elegant butler's pantry that houses a complete array of wine and sundries? Mary DeWalt used this out-of-the-way spot to feature this clever repository, replete with wine, glasses, cabinet and counter space, all decked out in the dark wood she used in other areas of the home.
This view looks from the dining room, through the butler's pantry, into the kitchen. The dining room walls were finished with floor-to-ceiling raised panels, and a high gloss was painted on the ceiling.
Butler's Pantry Features Reclaimed Wood Ceiling, Elegant Cabinetry
Wood reclaimed from a barn in Texas' Hill Country lines the ceiling of this butler's pantry, providing the newly constructed space with a sense of history. Matching scraps of wood are laid in a herringbone pattern below the counter to tie in with the ceiling, and the rustic wood is contrasted nicely with an elegant pendant light, mint-green cabinets with glass fronts and a marble countertop.
The beauty is in the details in this traditional butler's pantry. A hand-poured tile backsplash adds an elegant touch, while the hammered metal sink elevates this space's style even more. Crystal knobs look especially chic against black cabinets.
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.
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.