There are roughly a zillion things I love about our new house. But to narrow it down a bit, today we will focus on sinks.
The kitchen sink is the center of attention here. It has two basins: one is deep and wide, enough to get my biggest pan in there for serious scrubbing. The other basin, which contains the disposal, is shallower, but not so shallow that it overflows nasty disposal gunk onto the coutertop when the dishwasher runs, like the disposal-sink at a certain house we won't mention.
Then there's the utterly mundane-seeming garage sink. A sink... in the garage. What a concept. I've never had one of these before, but it is so logical, you want to smack your forehead with your palm. Of course, when you are in the garage, and working on some garden task or other garagey chore, you would want to wash your hands!
(In our McGarvey house I wanted to put in a garage sink, mostly to create a dark room. The contractor that came out estimated the work to be in the thousands. That never happened, obviously. I don't know that a dark room is in the cards at this house, partly because there's a skylight almost directly above the garage sink.)