Sunday, June 17, 2012

Sunday Pantry


Have you ever seen a more perfect pantry? ... and everything's in it, including the wine fridge!

Love, love, love! 

I am obsessed with black joinery at the moment.... in serene white and cream rooms. 

You can see more of this divine space over at Debra's space, 'DustJacket Attic' HERE
Take a deep breath before you head on over! Say hi from me!

Happy Sunday!

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17 comments:

  1. Now that's impressive! What about the nespresso draw!?!? I need that!

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    1. .. and the tea bag thingys.... LOVE. xx

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  2. I really like the drawers on the Dust Jacket site. They are the antidote to mine! The cream and black looks really nice together. Mx

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  3. I know it's amazing ... felt the need to overhaul my drawers big time! Thanks so much for the link and mention A-M.xxx

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  4. I'm so glad you said to take a deep breath first , I love this idea . It would be great to see the plans of this house to see how they have designed the layout with the walk through pantry into the laundry . I also like black joinery but you defiantly need high ceilings and a lot of space. I made the mistake of purchasing (during renovations)a lovely black and cream cupbosrd /writing desk to put near the kitchen area as my study nook. When we had finished I was do excited to move it to its designated position only to be shattered to see it was overwhelming as it went to thr ceiling ( standard low height) and the darkness of it just didn't work. It went back to sitting in the lounge room , knowing if it's ever to come back will have to be painted white . Haven't had the heart to paint over the beautiful black and cream as yet. Have a great Sunday x

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    1. Oh, don't you hate that?...looking forward to a carefully selected piece and then it doesn't work in it's designated space! I think I know the cupboard/desk you have! I wouldn't want to paint over the cream and black either! A-M xx

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  5. What a great use of space! I love the idea of the dining seating, is it called a Bankett? Something like that - very practical, with storage underneath too I'm sure. A-M, a new building company has opened here in Perth called Hampton York, finally someone as seen the potential of such fabulous character homes :)

    Enjoy your Sunday.

    Vicki

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  6. Completely stunning but don't think I would want it open to my dining room. My pantry would never stay that clean. I'm in love with that pendant too! xx

    Anna (My Design Ethos)

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  7. Oh yeah, I LOVE this. I am not usually fond of glass for a pantry, but this does look awesome and I'd even consider doing something like this! It's exceptional! :) It would fit in our new design too - if I EVER get to build it! :)

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  8. Oh dear I think I missed out on the life lesson that would allow me to live like this!!!!! But absolutely beautiful to look at!

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    1. You and me both, Jules. I look at the picture, then look at my house, then back at the picture, and then -- whaaa! A-M, with a source book like this, how do you ever settle on something, and put together a house!? I'm going to watch this process with interest.

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  9. do you mind that is it glassed in only and totally see thru and would have to be kept super neat to make it work ... hmmm :) popping over now best le

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    1. I always kept the double doors open on my last butler's pantry and you could see everything. I had tidy mess. It worked. It wasn't hard to keep presentable. I had drawers too so all the messy stuff went in there. The shelves were easy to keep tidy. xx

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  10. that can't be real can it?

    I want it - maybe it's wallpaper! ;)

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