To design a kosher kitchen in Delray Beach, Fla., designers Lauren True and Glenn Calabrese of Shoretech + Co. had to create two entirely different sections for meat and dairy, as well as a baking station.
To plan out the space, the team created a planogram and divided each of the areas of the kitchen into designated workstations. They then planned the layout piece by piece and gradually developed it into a concrete design.
Designated work zones were created for baking, cooking, dishwashing and storage, and each zone was loaded with accessories.
For the cabinetry, a dark Shaker door style lines the perimeter and pairs with Blue Bahia granite and Naxos marble countertops.
An off-white paint highlights the island in the center, which is divided into three sections and includes an overhang bar for entertaining.
The pullouts alongside the oven, microwave, and warming drawer stack include vertical metal pegboard storage for hanging pot lids and cooking equipment, while the pullouts on the other side allow for storage for spices and bottles.