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While video isn’t necessarily the best medium for looking at actual kitchen floor plans, it does give a lot of scope for discussion of the whys and wherefores of the thinking and design decisions that go into a plan. Take… Continue reading →
Galley or corridor kitchen floor plans (two walls opposite each other) are some of the most efficient you can get, especially for a single cook. With two points of the triangle on one wall and the other point on the… 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 →
If you tossed out everything which doesn’t belong in the kitchen, wouldn’t that make it easier to cook a meal or simply get a snack and relax with a friend? Clearing out the clutter can improve ANY kitchen area, big… Continue reading →