Pure White waterfall Caesarstone quartz countertop, glassy baby votives, DWR - Eames DAR chair
Large midcentury u-shaped eat-in kitchen in Seattle with a single-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, quartz benchtops, stainless steel appliances, light hardwood floors, a peninsula, white splashback and stone slab splashback.
Group appliances and fixtures according to use
To set up work zones in your kitchen, think of the tasks you perform regularly: storing food, prep, cooking, baking, serving, eating, cleaning, making coffee, chilling wine, etc. A work zone contains everything you use to perform each task.
For instance, you should place your dishwasher next to your sink, with a compost bin and a garbage bin nearby to streamline kitchen clean up. - friesiangirl