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In a previous post on the kitchen “Zones” or “Work Centers” concept we talked about the basic zones (cleanup, cooking, prep, and storage) and some less basic zones that you may or may not need in your kitchen. Here are… Continue reading →
Whatever your existing kitchen layout or floor plan, you can probably improve the efficiency of the way it works by just changing your storage or work habits. Here’s a load of tips to choose from which will help you to… Continue reading →
If you are fortunate enough to be able to design a new kitchen or you are remodeling an existing kitchen, one of the most important things to consider is the kitchen cabinet layout. While you will have the option… Continue reading →
Today, the traditional work triangle is often not enough to describe how a kitchen will work. Kitchen floor plans involving more appliances (extra sink, dishwasher(s), separate cooktop and oven(s), microwave oven, etc.) have more potential work stations which the triangle… Continue reading →