Why have a Spice Kitchen
Designed a separate and contained small or mini kitchen. Often feature a cooktop, strong ventilation, additional shelving and plenty of power points. Popular for cultural cooking contain oils, fats, aromas or unwanted smells spreading throughout the home.
Why have a second kitchen
For many families, a second kitchen for food preparation, cleaning, and storage is essential. Cooking can be an all-day event and having additional space to cook amazing food is essential. You can hide away the mess of cooking or while entertaining around the main kitchen.
Are two kitchens allowed
The construction and installation of a second kitchen are allowed as long as it meets all building code regulations. Certified electricians and plumbers will install, test and complete the functionality of your spice kitchen. The larger the home the larger the second kitchen right up to a fully designed butler's pantry.
What is the difference between a spice kitchen and butlers pantry?
There is very little difference between a spice kitchen and a butler's pantry. Both a mini kitchens most often attached or opposite the main kitchen. Both feature cooking appliances and storage. The key difference is the stronger of additional ducted ventilation systems. Spice kitchens are often smaller than the typical butler's pantry with or without a sink.
Can the spice and main kitchens be styled differently?
In a Langdon SmartBuild home the same colours, finishes and textures are used in the same kitchen as standard. Use different kitchen storage ideas such as jars, baskets, containers and even a bookshelf to ad your own style. See our spice kitchen Pinterest board for some ideas.