Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Bee Cottage Pantry

When Frances Schultz went about transforming her kitchen and butlers pantry she was able to start from scratch. Both rooms were taken down to the studs and rebuilt from there. You would never know it though. She was able to design the butlers pantry that has a wonderful 1920 feel to it. The charming glass front cupboards were saved and rehung in the new pantry. There are only upper cabinets in this space, with pull drawers below. The ceiling color is left over paint from the guest bedroom. Countertops are teak, with wood flooring adding warmth to the space as well. She does it again.We love this transformation of Bee Cottage by Frances Schultz. How many more rooms to go?


Image Compliments of: House Beautiful

9 comments:

A Flair for Vintage Decor said...

I love the fact that she has kept a 1920's charm in such a major re-do! We are re-building and I am so concerned about making sure it has 1920's charm versus looking brand new! Love the painted ceiling...Take care, Caroline

The enchanted home said...

Love how the integrity of the space was kept...very well done, just beautiful!

The enchanted home said...

Love how the integrity of the space was kept in mind..its just beautiful!

Ashley said...

With every month, I grow more and more excited about this transformation (as if I have some personal stake in it or something!). The kitchen and pantry are just so gorgeous. I wouldn't change a single element if it was my space.

Ms. Givens said...

Ahhhhhh! I now want my kitchen ceiling painted. I love House Beautiful!

Tote said...

She did a wonderful job with this kitchen & pantry. It still represents the age of the house.


Susan

designchic said...

What a beautiful transformation...love that they retained the character of the 20's home through the renovation!!

natasha {schue love} said...

Love the pops of blue in this kitchen...just beautiful!

Loft32 said...

So cute and refreshing!

XO,
Candace

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