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    Or like this and you can still get a butler's pantry in if you want to.20201005_163508.jpeg

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    If you don’t want to do major changes which builders love as it costs you more move the pantry to directly next to the fridge. My layout is similar to this. IMG_0683.jpgIMG_0684.jpg

    I had a corner pantry and moved it to the left for a double open door. In the corner behind roller door is toaster, bread etc, Utensil pot, soda stream, double door above is microwave and another shelf. There is also a nook/cupboard for cook books and wine

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    Or if you still want a living area you could do something like this Attachment 105071
    Yes this is what I was going to suggest!

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    Quote Originally Posted by atomicmama View Post
    Or like this and you can still get a butler's pantry in if you want to.Attachment 105075
    This is my favourite as it looks like there’s double doors off the kitchen dining then that go outside would be an entertaining heaven!

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    Quote Originally Posted by atomicmama View Post
    Or like this and you can still get a butler's pantry in if you want to.Attachment 105075
    And so much better to have your laundry off the kitchen than off your dining/lounge from a noise perspective


 

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