This sleek butler's pantry features high-gloss blue paint on nearly every surface, from walls to cabinetry to trim. Mottled glass fronts the cabinet doors, offering a peek at the artfully arranged glassware. The deep blue hue becomes an even more dramatic touch when juxtaposed with the white walls that run throughout most of this waterfront home.
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.
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 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.
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.
Every storage need is met with this walk-in butler's pantry. Neutral tile floors pair with warm wood cabinets and open shelves that house all the kitchen essentials and food items. A farmhouse sink provides an extra prep or clean up area that's hidden away from the main kitchen. A pane window allows natural light into the narrow space and provides pretty views of the yard.
In this butler's pantry, a gallery wall of mushroom botanical art adds a curious culinary element. The large storage and utility space has it all: open shelves for cookbooks, counter space for prepping food and concealed storage for odds and ends.
Open pantry racks are a smart place to store canned goods, dry goods, and fruits and vegetables, while still providing greater visibility and ease of access. Installing a unit with adjustable shelves, like in this pantry, allows you to customize the shelf height to fit your storage needs.