Use the back kitchen for everything breakfast. Tea, coffee and toast making. Cereal getting and all the cutlery and dishes that get used at breakfast. Then you do not mess your main kitchen until the serious cooking starts later in the day.
A traditional butler’s pantry is tucked behind the main kitchen of this glamorous California home by @annlowengartinteriors, providing extra space to prep for entertaining. Photo by David Duncan Livingston
White and silver butler's pantry features white shaker cabinets paired with carrera marble countertops fitted with a round bar sink and a gooseneck faucet next to a glass front wine cooler and a stainless steel mini brick tile backsplash.