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Consider These 6 Elements to Create an Amazing Baker’s Kitchen

Stencil.default 3If you do a lot of baking, you may realize that you need to set up your kitchen space slightly differently than those who do a lot of cooking. After all, creating and baking delicious cookies, scrumptious cakes, and delectable pies is a lot different from putting a roasting pan in the oven.

Here are 6 elements that you should consider when creating an amazing baker’s kitchen:

  1. Kitchen layout: The layout of any kitchen is extremely important, but as a baker, you will want the flow from the work surface, refrigerator, pantry, and oven to be seamless. By doing this, you will save yourself a lot of time and steps as you are creating new desserts.
  2. Large work surface: Rolling out pie crusts and cookie dough takes a lot of space, which is why we recommend installing a large work surface. You will want to make the workspace large enough, so you can roll out your dough, mix your ingredients, and cool your baked goods. You may want to even create two large work surfaces if you do a lot of baking and are always making more than one dessert at a time.
  3. Counter height: The height of the counter in a baker’s kitchen should be lower than a regular counter, and you may want to have it customized to your height. This will make all that mixing, kneading, and rolling easier on your back, shoulders, and neck.
  4. Countertop Surface: Marble is the most popular choice for a baker’s countertop, but you can also consider quartz if the marble is out of your budget. Whatever type of material you choose, you will want to make sure that it can be cleaned easily, withstands continuous use, and dough can be rolled out easily on it.
  5. New appliances: A baker’s kitchen will need more than the usual appliances. We recommend considering double ovens, a stove with extra burners, a double sink for all those dishes, and a large refrigerator to hold all your extra ingredients and all those cold desserts.
  6. Lighting: Natural light is always great in a baker’s kitchen, but you will also want to install ambient and task lighting so you’re never in the dark.

All these elements will help you create an amazing baker’s kitchen and you can use it to prepare not only your dessert for dinner, but all those yummy treats for parties, get-togethers, and more.

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