Reinventing the Kitchen Sink, Hydrology’s New Galley Collection

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The River North Design District recently asked Hydrology to fill us in on the latest and greatest in kitchen accoutrements.  Here’s what they have to say about their brand new Galley Collection of Ideal Workstations:

The kitchen is the heart of the modern American home. It serves as the gathering place, the snack place, the place for homework… it’s also the place where meals are prepared and served.

Such a lengthy list of competing demands have raised the bar when it comes to kitchen design, especially for those consumers who demand the highest level of quality, functionality and beautiful design.

GALLEYDayOne62966The new Galley Collection of Ideal Workstations (IWS), offered exclusively by Hydrology, takes the kitchen sink to the next level. As functional as it is fashionable, the IWS represents a whole new way to prepare, cook, serve, entertain and clean all in one convenient place. Even better, when installed facing outward, it allows the chef to interact with family and friends all while still getting dinner on the table.

Hydrology Founder, David Kotowsky played an integral role in the design and development of the product line, ensuring that not a single detail was left unturned.

Available in six different sizes, there is an IWS right for every type of kitchen. Made in the USA, each stylish and smart IWS includes a 16-gauge stainless steel double-tier kitchen sink with the highest quality Angel Finish. It also includes a state-of-the-art culinary kit comprised of essential accessories such as drain racks, cutting boards, platforms, deluxe colanders and mixing bowls. Further customize your IWS with additional optional accessories like a 2” chef block or round wash sink, among others.

The Galley Collection of Ideal Workstations, really is everything AND the kitchen sink.

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To reinvent your kitchen and lifestyle, visit the show room located at 435 N. LaSalle or contact the Hydrology team today, www.hydrologychicago.com.

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