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Butler's Pantry Boasts Wine Refrigerator
Stepping inside the butler's pantry reveals a white-painted wine cooler and cabinets that keep glasses neat and organized. Notice how the tile backsplash also speaks to that in the rest of the kitchen.
Entertaining is made easy in this home with an indoor butler's pantry that opens directly onto the roof deck. The pantry offers amenities like a wine refrigerator, lots of storage and countertop space.
This home's streamlined modern design extends even into the butler's pantry. Pretty wood cabinets offer plentiful extra storage. For wine, there's a floor-to-ceiling Sub-Zero wine refrigerator, a unique element that was the design jumping-off point for the entire room. A deep sink hides dirty dishes after big parties (shh...).
This super-functional butler’s pantry features a wine fridge, shelves for glasses, two ovens and plenty of storage. The sleek, wood cabinets keep the space feeling clean and contemporary rather than cluttered.
Butler's Pantry Features Extra Refrigerator Storage and Sink
Chocolate grasscloth wallpaper and white cabinetry continue from the nearby kitchen at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 into the butler's pantry designed by Kathleen Navarra. The pantry includes extra refrigerator storage for beverages and an additional sink.
A built-in wine refrigerator turns this butler's pantry into a convenient storage and serving area. The kitchen of this 1920s home got a glam update that preserves its historic feel. Furniture-style feet on the cabinetry are among the period touches that bring character to the space.
Thanks to its central location, the dining room is easily serviced by the Butler's Pantry and the Wine Station, the latter of which is equipped with two Thermador wine chillers. Blue plates on the table speak to the home's contemporary color scheme.
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.
Surprise! Extra counter space, shelf space and a wine refrigerator are tucked in this kitchen's pantry. This strategy is a great way to bring additional functionality to a room without adding clutter to the space. And who doesn't want fewer appliances on a primary countertop?
A window sheds natural sunlight on the bar of this pantry in HGTV Dream Home 2010, topped with a Silestone counter. Two modern light fixtures further brighten the space, finished with two oil-on-linen paintings by artist Jan Keefer.
A butler’s pantry was typically placed in a hallway between the kitchen and dining room and were used to store china but now they more frequently used as a wet bar. A sink, wine cooler and bar for liquors and this bar is ready for the homeowners and guests, whether it’s to perk up in the morning or mix a happy-hour cocktail.