Published at Monday, April 08th, 2019 - 05:13:39 AM. Kitchen. By Nicolette Cellier.
To add a touch of utilitarian elegance, the inclusion of an old fashioned butler's pantry to your kitchen will fit the bill. A butler's pantry will contain your fine china, crystal, silverware, serving platters, and other items used when you entertain guests. Usually located between the kitchen and dining room, this area allows the butler (or you) to prepare the dining room, serve guests, and perform preliminary cleanup without getting in the way of the kitchen staff (or you, again). If you include a sink and mini-fridge in the butler's pantry, it greatly enhances your ability to entertain, and not be stuck in the kitchen.
Another option is to have your kitchen cabinets refaced to change the whole look of the kitchen at a significantly lower cost than new cabinets. However, if your existing cabinets are too old or the wood beneath the original facing is in poor condition, you would be better off installing new cabinets. Look for sleek, stylish cabinets with more interior space than your old cabinets since your storage needs have likely increased over time. If you are going to build a new kitchen from the ground up, consider your future needs and install a sufficient number of cabinets.
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