Sudbury KitchenTraditional Kitchen, Boston
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SizeThe amount of wine you'll need to chill and have ready for entertaining will determine the capacity of the wine cooler you should get. Not sure how much space you'll need? Multiply the amount of wine you drink in a week by 52 to get a year's worth, and add a few extra bottles for entertaining purposes.
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I'm a big fan the tall wall. Get all of these appliances in one spot to it make the other parts of the kitchen feel more open and airy. Here you have a double oven, microwave drawer, TV and wine refrigerator all tucked nicely into to one station.
1. Treat the TV as an appliance. When the TV is treated as one appliance among many on a wall, it almost becomes invisible. I love the idea of an appliance wall anyway. It just makes sense as compared to having them spread out all over the kitchen. None of these particular appliances are main tasking ones, so it's fine for them to be outside the main work triangle.