Twin farm sinks + island seating + living area = a great room kitchen
In this large, imposing Napa Valley kitchen there is a Rohl fireclay farm sink under a window on each side of the Wolf 6-burner range. Call the this a twin farm sink kitchen, or his-and-her sinks. It is an arrangement that creates two work zones in the large kitchen and accommodates more than one cook, or a cook and a helper.
Having the cooking space as one part of a combined living and dining area with comfortable seating — this one also opens onto a porch — shows how far open plan living has come. Rather than being walled off, this kitchen takes advantage of lovely light and gives off a definite farmouse feel thanks to the painted-wood ceiling throughout the room.
To further integrate the kitchen into the living and dining space, a custom plate rack is suspended over the eat-in island. With 4 sides, it offers easy access and storage for dish- and glassware and is open above with space for display as well — what a great custom wood piece! The wood countertop on the island is echoed by the adjacent dining table. On the kitchen’s perimeter marble counters lend elegance and refinement to the sink wall and adjacent hutch.
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