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Kitchens flow better with a drink prep station

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:45 AM
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by becky last modified Dec 22, 2010

And not just because one needs a double scotch to withstand the kitchen experience.  (Though that helps on occasion, when guests won’t leave, I’m sure.) An extra sink = extra sanity I’m currently designing a kitchen for a family of 4. One of their requests was to have a zone dedicated to preparing their drinks [...]




 

 

And not just because one needs a double scotch to withstand the kitchen experience.  (Though that helps on occasion, when guests won’t leave, I’m sure.)

An extra sink = extra sanity

I’m currently designing a kitchen for a family of 4. One of their requests was to have a zone dedicated to preparing their drinks at meals. It will have its own smaller bar style sink, & is adjacent to the fridge & glass cabinets. Ideally there would be a second under-counter 2 drawer fridge, with nothing but beverages.

That way, the cook can focus on the meal prep zone, consisting of larger sink, cutting board & cooktop. The drink prep traffic is separated from the food prep, so the little ones can get their own without being underfoot.

Here’s a nice example (in our case, the fridge would be where the work station is in this pic) of a drink prep station from Harrell Remodeling over on Houzz:

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