From here you make your way into one of two kitchens. The first will be your first choice for all of your cooking needs, as it offers significantly more room than the other to flex your culinary muscle. Ample cabinet and drawer space means that you don’t have skimp out on buying those new sets of dishes and cutlery you’ve been eyeing at the department store. Every herb and spice will have place to live amongst the other dried goods. When you’re finished cooking up a feast, toss your dish towels and apron into the stacked washer-dryer combo unit, conveniently located in the same room.
When the holidays arrive, utilize this second, smaller kitchen for storage or, better yet, multiple cooking sources. Roast that turkey or honey glazed ham in the back while you tend to those yummy side dishes in the front.
To the side here is what was once a dining room that the owner has converted into an artistic storage gallery. That’s what makes houses so great — the ability to do whatever you please with them! Put beloved action figurines on display, hang those murals that have been collecting dust, or go the traditional route and install a large dining table. The choice is entirely yours.