Butler’s Pantry Makeover

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butlers pantry black white

I have always dreamed of having a Butler’s Pantry, so much so that it was probably the biggest factor in selecting the floorplan for our new home last year.

 While this space is useful as it spans the hallway between my kitchen and dining room and stores quite a bit, with just the white cabinets it seemed a little boring.

So, not to keep running on about the great MacBeth shelf paper I found at TJ Maxx, but since I just happened to have a few rolls left after my pantry makeover I figured it would be the perfect way to jazz up these cabinets too.

So as Hurricane Sandy hit our area last weekend outside {thankfully our area was spared from too much damage}, I started pulling things out of both my Dining Room hutch and the Butler’s Pantry cabinets. Because that is what you do during a hurricane, right? 🙂

Since the shelves in these cabinets all came right out, sticking the shelf paper against the back wall was so easy.

I also pulled all my fancy {aka my never-used} china out of my dining room hutch and moved it into these glass cabinets. I love how the gold accents look against the black and white quatrafoil background.

butlers pantry black white

butlers pantry black white

I am still tweaking things, but think this space is so much more interesting now. Do you?

butlers pantry black white

Thanks for stopping by!



  1. Heidi Gurley says

    You just had to show off that shelf paper again!! Still hasn’t made its way to Colorado. It looks great in your butler’s pantry!

  2. Did you use semi gloss paint?

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