Show Us Your Two-Cook Kitchen

Compromise is a part of home layout. Whether due to budget, space or storage limitations, kitchens can be challenging. Obviously, the compromises heap up much higher when you’re sharing your kitchen with someone else. Running into each other in the stove, countertop and sink appears inevitable, however big your kitchen is. Is argument-free cooking possible?

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Actual-Size Architecture

When you’re whipping up a meal with your loved ones, what exactly are the problem areas? In most kitchens, the sink and the stove is able to start to feel pretty crowded with more than one person around.

When it came to remodeling his very own kitchen, architect Geoffrey Gainer knew he would have to do some careful planning to make his kitchen work to get him and his spouse. Two sinks along with an extra set of burners near the window make running into every other less of an issue. “Two sinks make for a great marriage,” he states. “It is seriously worth the extra few million bucks.”

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Actual-Size Architecture

Specialized storage doesn’t hurt either. This superb island makes putting dishes and provides away after a huge meal immediately less stressful.

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Beautiful Kitchen Design

Restricted counter area can make prepping a set meal next to impossible. The owners of the Colorado kitchen chose to nip that problem in the bud by adding an extra island during their remodel. 1 island is for prep and cooking; another is for cleanup and eating.

Inform us : Do you have two islands? An table? Would you ever consider it?


Obviously, sometimes a remodel is not an option. Renters are often plagued with Granite counters which make cooking as a couple or with friends next to impossible. Kate Taylor of Cookie + Kate developed a fast remedy to make the process easier: bringing cutting boards out to her dining table.

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