Yates kitchen with stove on island and library

Yates kitchen with stove on island and library

Michael Y.
The dishwasher has been moved back by the main sink. The auxiliary sink provides water for cooking at the microwave or with crockpots (stored in the cabinet below) without crossing the kitchen and into the main work area. The built-in cabinets in the wall common with the dining room are 30 inches wide (the most that will fit between the door trim and the heating pipes in the dining room corner), and consist of a 18 inch deep modified base (deep enough for dishes and small appliances) and an 18 inch deep wall cabinet with drawer for silverware and glass doors on both the kitchen and dining room sides. This puts the total height at 85 inches, matching the door trim to either side for aesthetics. The summer kitchen becomes a library, complete with a reading corner for kids and adults alike to enjoy a book by the fireplace.
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