Use the back kitchen for everything breakfast. Tea, coffee and toast making. Cereal getting and all the cutlery and dishes that get used at breakfast. Then you do not mess your main kitchen until the serious cooking starts later in the day.
Our clients asked us to assist them in transforming this tired late Victorian semi-detached house in Wimbledon into a contemporary family home. At ground floor level an extension to the rear and the side created the space for a new kitchen, downstairs an
Plants and timbers. What a great look! I don't have a spot like this, but why not just do this somewhere in your yard against a fence even with a garden area. Nice to have your herbs separated from other plants anyway.