Lochner AlterationsCountry Kitchen, Hobart

Mid-sized country l-shaped kitchen in Hobart with an integrated sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, marble benchtops, white splashback, no island, subway tile splashback and medium hardwood floors. —  Houzz
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Gabrielle Chariton added this to Kitchen Upgrade: 10 Must-Have Inclusions for a Butler's Pantry4 Mar 2018

8. Cooking appliancesWhile it can be costly to start doubling up on big-ticket items such as the oven, the butler’s pantry is certainly the perfect place for the microwave, where it can be installed at the most practical height without worrying about aesthetics, as you would in the main kitchen.

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Anne Ellard Design added this to Expert Eye: How to Integrate Timber Panelling Into Your Kitchen3 Aug 2017

Traditional farmhouseFor a stronger farmhouse look, consider using a rougher finish on your panelling. Painted solid wood shiplap or tongue-and-groove wall panelling is a great choice for this style of interior. In an older home where the overall styling of the space will be a farmhouse look, don’t worry about filling gaps or sanding out all the imperfections in existing wall panelling. Instead, preserve and celebrate its character. Tip: When choosing new materials try to achieve less evenly spaced boards that are not exactly flush. Aim for perfectly imperfect in this case.The Scullery Reinvented for Modern Living

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Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to Kitchen Conundrum: Upper Cabinets, Open Shelves or Space?7 Nov 2016

Placing frequently used items like plates, glasses and basic cookware on shelves keeps them in easy reach and creates a shop-like display that tells a personal story. Here, clear jars, ornamental bottles and curvaceous pots lend colour and shape to the small space.Cons: The issue with shelf uppers for some people is that the look is much busier, especially for those who have many items to stuff on shelves or who lack the confidence to style open shelving. Unattractive products may have nowhere else to go, and not everyone wants to feel as though they live in a grocery store aisle – or do the extra dusting required.Tip: Before you tear down upper cabinets, try removing the doors to see how you feel about living with open shelves. You may even decide to keep it just like that.Remove doors on cabinets for instant open shelving

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Rebecca Gross added this to Vertical Panelling: The Coolest Take From Country Kitchens19 Oct 2016

Heighten the sense of spaceIn that same house, the kitchen wraps around into a butler’s pantry, which is lined with wood panelling. Covering two walls, the vertical lines play a visual trick and make the narrow space feel taller than it is.

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dean_jagger_rg added this to Home Ideas8 Sep 2019

timber around microwave, maybe same for wine racking

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seppiemirg added this to Messy Kitchen8 Sep 2019

How much are stainless steel counters

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WholeLatteJess Jessica added this to WholeLatteJess' ideas11 Aug 2019

*Hidden* butler pantry prep space

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HU-129080772 added this to My ideas14 Jul 2019

thought on stainless steel sink in the butlers pantry for food standards

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sammyherselman added this to GC laundry/scullery/mudroom2 Jul 2019

scullery layout. stainless steel counter tops

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Madeline Pyle added this to Addition/Remodel Ideas28 Jun 2019

love that counter and sink are one piece

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