Kitchen sinks nowadays are more than a simple basin for washing the dishes. They have become super-functional work stations that are equipped with cutting boards, colanders, a drain rack and stainless steel bowls. The one we present you today features a kitchen designed by designer Tim Odom from Atlanta. As you can see from the pictures below, the collection of the sink accessories are interchangeable and slide along tracks on top of the basin above and below each other allowing for food preparation, serving and clean up to take place in one convenient area.
After working with two of Atlanta’s premier kitchen and bath showrooms Tim Odom started a residential design/build company that he operated for seven rewarding and successful years before relocating to San Francisco to study Architecture & Design at UC Berkeley as well as sustainable design and the principles of Feng Shui. In the past 25 years Tim has designed over 500 kitchens from modest to high-end, from traditional, transitional to modern designs. His clients have ranged from Fortune 200 & 500 executives, celebrities, families and couples from coast to coast. Tim’s work has been featured in many life style and trade publications as well as regional showcase homes.
You can have your breakfast at the bar.
Tim Odom, principal of Kitchen + Bath Artisans was tasked to create an unmatched kitchen for the clients that reflect both their unique personality and the house’s surrounding beauty. “The common theme in this kitchen,” explains the designer, “is the subtle details that you don’t notice until you focus. That’s my definition of good design.”
Each workstation in the kitchen reflects this sentiment, starting with one of the room’s biggest conversation pieces: the circular water station by KWC. The sink was the premise for the kitchen’s design that began two years before any purchases were made.