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5. When Putting the Prep Sink on an IslandIf you’re locating your prep sink on an island, it’s important to put it on the side closest to the range. If the prep sink is around the corner from the cooktop, then you are either wasting counter space and cramping your room, or you have to take several steps around the corner to get from the prep area to a cooking surface. Here, it takes just a pivot to get from prep counter to cooking. This makes it much easier to monitor what is on the stove while you continue prepping. Johnston Design Group
This island offers two sinks. It’s a large open-concept kitchen, yet with all the windows, doors and walkways, there isn’t a lot of wall space for perimeter counters. Placing the sinks on opposite sides of the island provides for both prep and cleanup space. It also allows you and your sous-chef to easily converse while preparing dinner. Arnal Photography
6. Perimeter Spots Follow the Same RulesYou don’t need an island to enjoy the benefits of a prep sink. This galley kitchen still has room for two sinks. Notice that the cleanup sink is toward the entrance, keeping dirty dishes or well-meaning guests from getting in the cook’s way. The prep sink is comfortably close to the cooktop for easy transitions between prepping and cooking.