Kitchens, Kitchens Everywhere
In larger homes, a secondary kitchen is often a must. Now, it might be a full kitchen in a basement used for entertaining or it might be a partial kitchen someplace else that keeps beverages close to the family action. Technically speaking, I suppose a secondary kitchen should have cooking capabilities even if that just means a microwave. More often than not, a small sink and a refrigerator will serve most needs.
One of the most popular areas to put an auxiliary kitchen is in the master suite. For busy professional couples, having a place to fix a cup of coffee, pour a glass of juice and maybe even toast a bagel without leaving the bedroom is a nice, low-stress way to start the day.
Let’s take a look at a few other options for satellite kitchens: