Downtown Designer Showhouse Coastal Kitchen and Pantry

 
The Charleston Symphony Orchestra League's 39th Designer Showhouse was held in the James Sanders House, circa 1851, located in Harleston Village on Wentworth Street in Charleston, SC. Delicious Kitchens was again invited to participate and are pleased to present the Kitchen and adjacent Butler's Pantry

Stainless Steel Farm Sink

Glass fronted cabinets provide display space convenient for glasses near the apron style farm sink and dishwasher. An industrial spray style faucet offers high performance and quick clean-up.
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Home chef's will delight

Morning light streams in over the charcoal cabinetry.
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Digging the drawers

A microwave drawer can free up valuable counterspace and is easily accessed from the top.
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It's all about the hardware

A free standing island resembles an old icebox... no, it's not refrigerated, the shiny chrome hardware mimics an old style.
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Display space

Wrought Iron brackets support a walnut shelf for seasonal display in front of the window. Bianco Carrara Marble is timeless and classic with the exposed brick wall.

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Built in refrigeration, tucked under the window.

The stainless steel refrigerator is built in under the window with shelf at the top, perfect for colorful vases. The broom storage closet to its right keeps cleaning supplies handy.
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Wallpaper Shelves

Open shelves provide copious storage for serving pieces as well as display in the Butlers Pantry. The colorful wallpaper on the shelf backs features a stylish geometric and grass-cloth print. The Adelaid hanging fixture is by Ro Sham Beaux... a beauty!
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Bar Cart Bliss

A mobile bar cart fits nicely in front of the window in this Butler's Pantry.
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Drinks for all

Butlers Pantry storage features cabinetry up to the ceiling and open shelves for displaying collectibles and serving pieces.

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View to the kitchen

The view from the Butlers Pantry into the kitchen.

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Time to chill

Beverages are close at hand in this two-temperature cooler in the Butlers Pantry... very convenient to the kitchen and dining room.
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Reflected Perfection

A stunning RoShamBeaux Carmen fixture dazzles in the center of the recessed ceiling over the island. The center of the ceiling has a pearlescent finish called stillness.

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Easy clean up

Subway tile up to the ceiling surronds the window which overlooks the sunroom. The light fixture resembles a wire whisk and features and Edison style bulb with a coiled element.
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Nicely spiced

The island counter top features dual maple butcher block inserts with fluid wells. These are removable for easy clean up.
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Details

The subway tile has an irregular wavy surface pattern and a crazed/crackled pattern in a light cloud-like color, the grout is dark charcoal gray.
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