Kitchen / September 1, 2018 / Pearl Schofield
Double down on sinks, adding a second sink requires a somewhat larger investment, but doubling your functionality is the payoff. If you have ample counter space, you might consider a full second sink to accommodate a second cook. If your space is slightly smaller, however, a prep or bar sink can deliver additional workspace for washing and chopping foods or mixing drinks. Browse prep or bar sinks.Continue Reading
This is a good rule of thumb and is simply about keeping the most used areas of the kitchen in close enough proximity to each other. Finally, plan down to the last detail, utensil drawers, pots and pans stored next to the hob and oven, knife block and drawers adjacent to food preparation areas and, most important of all, measure all your crockery and tableware, you will want them to fit perfectly in your new kitchen.
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