Work Triangle for Kitchens
To be functional, a work triangle for kitchens is the best layout. An effect floor plan for your kitchen means that the work triangle has an easy flow between your cooktop, refrigerator, and sink. Dave Davidson owner of Dave Davidson Remodeling understands that this is a wise rule to follow. “A properly arranged kitchen means all major workstations are within easy reach.”
A thoughtfully designed work triangle also helps to minimize traffic and interference when you are busy preparing a meal. “While the items in your work triangle need to be near, it is important that they aren’t crammed together,” added Dave. “There also needs to be enough walking space between the cabinets and islands so you can move easily.”
An oversized large kitchen can also be too big for a standard work triangle. In that case, the space can benefit from multiple work zones or additional appliance locations. When working on a floor plan, it is important to consider how you will use your kitchen. The workflow and seating arrangements need to be taken into consideration. “Sometimes it’s better to create two separate work zones. Also, larger countertops that put distance between hungry spectators and hot surfaces will keep injuries from occurring.”
Set up a time to connect with Dave to determine how to best use your kitchen layout. After 30 years of being in the business, Dave can offer you advice on design ideas and materials.
Contact Dave Davidson Remodeling for an accurate on-the-spot quote – 413-569-9973.
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