Canterbury Butler’s Pantry
The butler’s pantry of the past was a place for service staff to store the family’s silver and china under lock and key. Usually found in a small hallway or room between the kitchen and formal dining room. The room was also used to stage meals. Today, this space is generally referred to as a wet bar or storage pantry. The Canterbury Project’s Butler’s Pantry has sleek counter tops and white cabinets with glass front doors that contrast beautifully with the dark wood floors. This Butler’s Pantry adds charm to the dreamy home.