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19th Century Rowhouse
Baking area that doubles as a wetbar for entertaining guests, or a coffee bar for overnight guests.
baking center. second sink. white cabinets. pulls.
Like this as a multipurpose area - not necessarily baking...
Baking one side then do a beverage on the other with two identical sinks.
Baking area stays out of the way
baking center with it's own little sink!
Baking center is a good idea
Baking center. If you are an avid baker, having a baking center with its own sink can help you confine your mess. This tidy countertop area keeps the mess contained, and it's easy to wash the dishes and the countertop once everything's in the oven.
Marie Meko, Allied ASID
baking area with doors to close off
Like this concept for a baking station 2.0
baking nook layout - need a different finish
Love the idea if workstation. I cook and bake alot
4. Do you bake or do any cooking that requires specialized or bulky equipment?This is another biggie to nail down during the planning process, because the answer is vital to the layout.
how wide is the marble counter? How high? this is the perfect baking s
Baking center Needs room to store sheet pans, mixer, ingredients.
Baking area with marble counter. Really cute.
Would like a baking counter...lower than other counters for rolling out dough
counters, cabinets, pulls baking area with marble even the windows
4. Designate an area. Keep your baking station near the kitchen work triangle of sink, oven and fridge. Not only is this incredibly convenient, it helps divide your kitchen into separate areas for cooking and for dining and entertaining.
Paragon Kitchen & Bath Studio
Traditional With a Modern Twist
What could be better than a baking center you can fold away before guests arrive! This one has plenty of counter space for rolling and cutting and of course the pop up mixer stand. Pocket doors make this space ultra functional and when you're done, just slide them closed and enjoy your company.
Bakers center with lift arm shelf for stand mixer.
like the idea of a baking area specific in the kitchen
Area where all baking supplies are kept
Bake center love the pocket doors
baking center with counter space, mixer stand, and pocket doors
Wow we might actually bake more often!
Baking station in kitchen w/all baking needs together
Baking StationsIf you’re a frequent baker, separate dry ingredients and baking paraphernalia that are used only when you bust out the bread maker or whip up your famous snickerdoodles. By keeping them together, you’ll be able to quickly figure out what you have and what you need for your next culinary
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2005 'Milwaukee Home and Fine Living' Best Custom Home Award
This baking center behind bi-fold cabinet doors allows easy access to appliances which can be hidden when not in use which keeps this 'Not So Big House' from ever looking cluttered.
I like the hidden baking area.
Half cabinet doors the fold back - baking center.
another neat idea for baking area
Baking center behind folding cabinet doors
baking center with microwave and bifold doors
new build grey kitchen
Baking center-adorable. Love bead board and symmetry, will do glass doors though
baking station, beadboard, open shelves (could add glass doors)
baking station... like the beadboard and open shelves
Baking center, place for stand mixer
baking station, wood backboard
Baking center open shelving
Love the baking nook!
baking center heaven
my baking center...Baking center...BAKING AREA...Baking station
Trish Namm, Allied ASID - Kent Kitchen Works
Baking Center with Walnut Cabinetry Interiors, Bypass Doors...Beautiful! Cabinetry by Quality Custom Cabinetry, available through Kent Kitchen Works, Kent, CT www.kentkitchenworks.com
Baking center. Mine will be 1/3 this size
baking station, pantry area. Beautiful piece
combine long cabinets for pantry and center space off to side for baking center?
Rock Paper Hammer
Olivia would LOVE a "baking center"!!
Bake center at end of wall
Do: Make stations. Consider kitchen tasks, like baking or making coffee, when filling your open shelves and group items accordingly. It's convenient to have all of the necessary items in one spot, and grouping things this way usually works well visually, too. For instance, stack cake stands, pie dishes