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    We're in a very old house that has a big pantry area. I love having so much extra space but it desperately needs new lino and a power point (both we are getting soon) I painted it all white when we moved in as it was dark and old looking and not very nice
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    Excuse the horrible state, doing kitchen renos atm so there's crap everywhere.
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    Also means I can stock up on lots of can food etc. in case of zombie days lol we're also on mostly tank water here.
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    I want a butlers pantry...


    And a butler

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    We have one in our house and I love it, love it, LOVE IT!

    It has the microwave, heaps of drawers for appliances and other storage under the bench (which we keep the toaster/kettle etc on), and a small sink for filling up the kettle and rinsing things. Oh, and food shelving of course

    We don't do any food prep in there other than toast and tea/coffee.

    It was one of my must haves in our new house!

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    We have one in some plans for a renovation.
    Plan to have an extra oven in there, a spare fridge and perhaps a small wine fridge.


 

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