CP ResidenceMidcentury Kitchen, Sydney

Large midcentury galley kitchen pantry in Sydney with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, quartz benchtops, window splashback, stainless steel appliances, light hardwood floors, a peninsula, beige floor and multi-coloured benchtop. —  Houzz
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Georgia Madden added this to Pro Reveal: 9 Great Kitchens' Storage Secrets5 March 2020

Deep, extra-wide drawers allow for more storage, while giving you easy access as the drawers pull out towards you. They also have a sleek appearance and make it easy to categorise cooking ingredients.Tip: To create a practical and useable butler’s pantry set-up, you’ll need a minimum space of 1,500 millimetres in width to allow for a benchtop on one side, and 2,400 millimetres in width to accommodate benchtops on both sides. You’ll want 1,000 to 1,200 millimetres of floor space between units to bend comfortably in front of shelving. And be realistic about what you can squeeze into a space!Design Legacy: 5 Lessons Pettit+Sevitt Taught Us About Architecture

Georgia Madden added this to Pro Panel: 9 Butler's Pantry Blunders and How to Avoid Them17 April 2019

5. Blunder: Not making the benchtops wide enoughThis blunder makes your butler’s pantry less functional and makes it feel cramped and cluttered. As a result, clutter and mess can start creeping out into the kitchen – which is, ironically, one of the main reasons for having the butler’s pantry in the first place.Solution: The standard benchtop depth for a sink run in a kitchen is 600 millimetres – and the same rule applies for the benchtops in your butler’s pantry. If you’re not placing a sink in your butler’s pantry and won’t be using bulky appliances, you could get away with making the benchtop slightly narrower. Planning the Perfect Butler’s Pantry

Georgia Madden added this to Room of the Week: A Kitchen Makover in a Pettit+Sevitt Home31 January 2019

Why do you think this room works? The palette is contemporary and calming, and reflects the surrounding bush. The selected finishes and subtle nods to the mid-century design of the house integrate smoothly with other areas of the house, creating the contemporary update the clients were hoping to achieve. The kitchen/dining/pantry space is now incredibly functional with more than enough storage – and all without the huge structural changes or expense of extending. Tell usWhat do you love best about this kitchen? Tell us in the Comments below. And don’t forget to save your favourite images, like this story, and join the conversation.MoreWant more kitchen inspo? Check out last week’s Room of the Week: An Affordable Art Deco-Inspired Kitchen

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Amanda added this to Edward Street5 May 2020

view showing perspective from butler pantry down into kitchen which flows into lounge & outdoor entertaining area. I can just imagine this in our space. I agree - when we sit down, let's play with the pantry idea.

natndave added this to Kitchen Refurb24 April 2020

Big long drawers, not sure if any better

Steve Tyack added this to Kitchen16 March 2020

Drawers in behind south wall lower cupboards

Bb Bb added this to Port Elliot14 March 2020

Good way to do a butlers kitchen

Simon Nash added this to simon_nash6809947's Ideas14 March 2020

Large opening between kitchen and pantry.

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