This butler’s pantry remodel was part of a total transformation of a tuscan kitchen. When we started the counters were a warm gold granite. The backsplash was an light golden brown color. The owner wanted a completely new look, something updated and fresh. We knew right away making the space all white would brighten it up and make it feel larger. We painted the cabinetry white and added custom shelving over the sink, making them open for a pretty display. Then, we selected glossy, white, 2″x7″ subway tiles that went floor to the ceiling on all the surrounding walls and added new marble counters. We made the marble counters substantial, 3 inches thick with a mitered edge. Then, we changed out the faucets to a modern polished chrome. Finally, we styled the shelves with new dishes and accessorized the counters with a basket for cookbooks, new canisters for baking supplies, and a cutting board and utensils for food prep. The result was a new butler’s pantry that is not only bright and beautiful, but practical too. For the styling resources for this space see below. Have a great day!
| French Cutting Boards here, and here | Ceramic Canisters | Honeycomb Vase | Ikat Bowls | White Bowls | Utensils Container | Gold Serving Set | Wood Serving Sets here and here | Woven tray | Cook Books here, here and here |