butler's pantry

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butler’s pantry

A small service room, situated between a kitchen and dining room, usually equipped with a sink and cupboards, a small stove, and often with a supplementary refrigerator and appliances.
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The butler's pantry has a range of glass-fronted units with base drawers and cabinets, a belfast sink and terrazzo tiled flooring.
Alongside the kitchen, which forms part of an extension, there is a butler's pantry and a shower room completes the floor.
There's a butler's pantry, boot room, scullery, larder, cloakrooms, a 17th century oak dog-leg staircase, offices, stores and cellars, 13 bedrooms, seven bathrooms, nursery, and an upstairs sitting room.
On the ground floor, there is a butler's pantry adjacent to the formal dining room for catered events, which leads through the main kitchen to the breakfast room overlooking the garden and terraces to the rear.
Removing a small butler's pantry and a cluster of doors that separated the kitchen from the dining room helped relieve the congestion.
A butler's pantry was also added during the renovation.
FOR sale: stunning family home with 14 bedrooms, library, study, butler's pantry, wine cellar, snooker room, designer decor and grounds extending to 20 acres.
There is a study/possible guest bedroom with en suite shower and you will appreciate the Butler's pantry.
Lenox served up line extensions to its Butler's Pantry metal collection, while Towle focused on silverplated baby gifts.
Interior layouts include such niceties as a dressing room, powder room, study, butler's pantry and separate morning and dining rooms.
The sandwich company, Butler's Pantry have ordered a computerized hygiene management system from Applied Chemicals Ltd, tel:0247 636 8800, and this has been installed in their new purpose-built plant at Aldershot.
Newly-renovated Presidential suites at both hotels feature high floor panoramic views; generous foyers opening to multiple seating and entertainment areas; and formal dining areas with seating for eight, with butler's pantry with separate entry for unobtrusive service.