I am trying to decide if i want a butlers pantry. Can you please post pics of your butlers pantry, especially from project builders, and if you think it was worth it?
Re: Show me your butlers pantry4
Mar 19, 2017 4:57 pm
we are getting a butlers kitchen which has a small pantry in our house which is yet to be built. we'll be adding extra electrical outlets there so that we can keep rice cooker, sandwich press, etc in there so it'll be out of view from the kitchen so it'll look neater. you can see our plans on www.buildingourhomewitharden.wordpress.com
Re: Show me your butlers pantry5
Mar 26, 2017 2:30 am
We have looking at having one minus the sink for now, due to the budget.
We'll have a walk in pantry in the home design we chose, so at the moment, we are looking at replacing one wall of shelving with a bench, power points, exhaust fan, bar fridge and capped plumbing for a future sink.
We have 6 kids, so we always have stuff like toaster, sandwich press and bits and pieces being left out.
Now we can have the kids do all that stuff in there and leave the kitchen looking more tidy... Hopefully.
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Re: Show me your butlers pantry6
Mar 26, 2017 4:46 pm
Hey, i was actually thinking the same because the upgrade to the butlers pantry only comes with a 1200mm cabinet that includes the sink on that and really i want the counter space for all my appliances, so thinking about removing the sink, i might find out if we can afford to increase the bench space to about 1500, that would give enough room for appliances and sink..
Re: Show me your butlers pantry7
Mar 28, 2017 1:44 pm
Here's my kitchen plans with the butlers pantry.
No second sink because I'd rather the bench space for coffee machine and toaster. I am considering a second dishwasher though (half size draw style one) that can be used just for glasses and small plates as we plan on using our living area for entertaining and parties.