Connie's Corner

Tips from Waypoint's award-winning designer
May 23, 2011

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.

Waypoint style 610D in Maple Hazelnut Glaze

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:

Waypoint cabinetry in style 720R, Cherry Bordeaux Waypoint style 630F in Cherry Chocolate Glaze

Connie Edwards CKD, CBD, Waypoint Living Spaces