The Case for 2 Kitchen Sinks

Here’s why you may want to have a prep and a cleanup sink — and the surprising reality about which is more important

This article appears on and features a kitchen design by Johnston Design Group. Written by: Moorea Hoffman — Houzz Contributor

While the majority of American kitchens have only one sink, the trend toward two is growing quickly in new construction and major remodels. Why would you possibly need two kitchen sinks — that is, if you are in the fortunate position to be able to afford this luxury? In a nutshell, for better kitchen workflow.

There’s a lot to think about when planning a kitchen layout. This story will first make the case for having two sinks, and then address considerations for the all-important prep sink — the place where you’ll likely spend most of your kitchen time […]

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