25 Stunning Butler’s Pantries

I think we can agree that when we think about butler’s pantries we all let out a little sigh. They are one of the most coveted and luxurious additions to any home and instantly become the interior equivalent of treasure chests, holding some of our dearest belongings from silver and crystal to linens and fine china. Traditionally butler’s pantries were built as a small room connecting the kitchen with the dining area, allowing a private space to prepare food and clean up away from the eyes of guests. Modern butler’s pantries are no longer always attached to dining rooms and often double as a bar space or even a gardening station, all the while providing that priceless extra storage space we all covet.

Today I am sharing 25 of my all time favorite butler’s pantries with you that are not only breathtakingly beautiful, but are also utterly timeless. Each one is like a little jewel box filled with palpable anticipation, waiting for the next dinner party or afternoon brunch. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

Cover image via Virginia Cheek Designs



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1 Comment

  1. Erin
    February 27, 2019 / 8:16 am

    I have long been crazy about butlers pantries, ever since growing up in a neighborhood of beautiful old turn of the century homes. We all had them and 50 years ago, many were still in their original, often utilitarian, occasionally decorative design. Sadly, many were lost to kitchen expansions over the years. Thank you for this beautiful blog post.

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