The Baker’s Kitchen: Design Your Home Around Your Passions

If you have a passion for baking, you deserve a kitchen that can accommodate your talents and passion. The rich aroma of baked goods in the kitchen is, for many, steeped in nostalgia of good times, and it always uplifts feelings throughout the house. Whether you just dabble in cupcakes for the weekend, or make specialty cakes, pies, and puff pastries, you need a kitchen designed to reflect this.

The Baker's Kitchen: Design Your Home Around Your Passions
Source: Gelotte Hommas

There are several kitchen design basics to have for baking, to make the process more convenient:

  • Keep shelves open for easy grabbing of ingredients. Things like flour, sugar, baking soda, baking powder, and other dry ingredients should be accessible with ease.
  • Baking pans and trays are ideally stored upright for simple viewing and access for just the size you need for your next cooking project. Make sure your cabinets are designed to hold trays and pans upright.
  • Of course, for any good cook or baker, easy visibility and access is key. Roll-out drawers that will hold cookie cutters, measuring cups and spoons, and the like are an ideal solution.
  • If you have a favorite cooking show or want to access an online how-to video, it’s more difficult having to leave the room to watch it and then head back to the kitchen to cook. Instead, make a section of your kitchen the technology nook, and get the design to accommodate a built-in desk, chair, and wires for television and laptops.

Remember, when it comes to designing your home, your loves and passions come first as the foundation of your design. Enjoy your passion for baking with a baker’s kitchen design, specifically tailored to your needs and wants. Bon appetit!

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